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The Sea Raiders, H. G. Wells

'... slowly uncoiling their tentacles... and making a soft purring sound to each other'

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Titulli: The Sea Raiders

Origjinali: The Sea Raiders

Gjinia: Novel

Autori: H. G. Wells

Shtëpia botuese: Penguin Classics

Viti: 2016

Fq. 60

Pesha: 0.055 kg 

ISBN: 978-0-241-25370-0

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