Tom Swift Among The Diamond Makers: Or The Secret Of Phantom Mountain
released in 1911, this can be the adventures of Tom speedy one of the diamond makers and Phantom Mountain.
titanic cliff that is formed like a head. that would provide us whatever to head by." "Well, do the simplest you could. for those who can observe the key of constructing diamonds it will likely be a useful one." "I bet it is going to, dad; and Mr. Jenks is entitled to understand it, for he paid his solid funds thus. He has promised to head halves with me, as fee for using the airship, and that i needs to say the 2 diamonds he gave me final evening have proved very valuable." "Two diamonds, Tom? you simply confirmed me one, an uncut.
conditions. He and Tom moved carefully again one of the packing containers and barrels. They have been glancing approximately with keen eyes. Tom switched on an electrical gentle, and, the moment he did so, he was once conscious of a circulation in a bit area shaped by way of one field which used to be put on best, of 2 others. The lad observed a gloomy determine relocating, as though to get farther out of sight. "I've obtained him!" cried Tom, creating a dive for the shadow. A second later the younger inventor was once stunned, as a depressing determine leaped over his.
storm, the airship used to be disabled, and wrecked in mid-air. while it fell to earth it landed on one of many small West Indian islands, yet what was once the fear of the 3 castaways to discover that the island used to be topic to earthquake shocks. however the earth-tremors weren't the single shock in shop for Tom and his acquaintances, at the island they discovered 5 males and girls, who, by means of unusual likelihood, were stranded there whilst the yacht Resolute, owned through Mr. George Hosbrook, was once wrecked within the.
confident now that there has been in a different way to get to it. potentially they could locate it. At any fee not anything extra can be performed now. they need to return, for the cavern used to be too good guarded to aim to go into it by means of force—at least simply but. "Yes, we will pass back," assented Mr. Jenks. Mr. Parker was once tapping away on the rocks. He appeared towards the black mouth of the large cave. On what corresponded to the roof of it, a long way again from the doorway, he observed a slim steel rod sticking up into the air.
they must look forward to convinced events. quite often they make the diamonds while there is a enormous storm." "A colossal typhoon" requested the scientist with a surprising exhibit of curiosity. "Do you suggest a kind of electric storms, resembling we had the opposite night?" "That's it, Mr. Parker, although why they wait until eventually there is a typhoon is greater than i will be able to tell." "Perhaps they comprehend that on such events nobody will enterprise up the mountain," spoke Mr. Damon. "No, it's not that," declared the scientist. "I imagine i'm at the.