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The Kenneth Anderson Omnibus Volume 2

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1. THE BLACK PANTHER OF SIVANIPALLI



The author, more famous for hunting man-eating tigers, finds in a wily panther a real challenger to his hunting acumen.



2. THE TIGER ROARS



Hailed as the best of all of Anderson's books, the celebrated author reminisces about the man-eating tigers he had tracked down, a ferocious panther fond of human blood, the aging elephant meeting a sad
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Paperback, 412 pages
Published February 11th 2006 by Rupa & Co (first published October 1st 2003)
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Yuvaraj
Sep 01, 2013 Yuvaraj rated it it was amazing
Mr Anderson's narration is immaculate... it really throws you back on his time and puts you besides him making you experience exactly what he sees, thinks, feels and does.... it also gives you an insight in the psyche of a person who admires nature slowly graduating to become a part of the jungle who lives in balance with nature although he remains a Hunter by instinct. Apart from engraving the primal behaviours of the flora and fauna through the keyhole of experiences of Mr Anderson, It also ed ...more
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Read this book during night!!
Sooraj Raju
Aug 14, 2008 Sooraj Raju rated it it was amazing
The way Kenneth narrates his experiences are truly awesome and you would be on the edge of your seat or bed or wherever you are at the moment. For days, I couldn't sleep without checking if there is a man-eater hiding under my bed. When i got over that, it was the fear of rogue elephants haunting me. Through it all, I would give anything to read Kenneth's experiences again and again and again.... simply superb
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Mar 12, 2012 Shirin bagchi rated it really liked it
While Corbett explores Garwhal region, Kenneth Anderson explores South India. I especially liked the episode with the supernatural in the temple well and the pet bear and hyena stories. Description of the forests are less literary but quite enjoyable reading.
saptarishi sen
Mar 13, 2012 saptarishi sen rated it really liked it
Very different from Jim Corbett.Anderson being a hunter possesed the narrative skills at par like the greats of Satyajit Ray, a must read for corbett fans :)
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Oct 13, 2010 Simran Buttar rated it it was amazing
Jim Corbett of South India, if you like jim corbett you will like Kenneth's books.
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Kenneth Anderson (1910 – 1974) was an Indian writer and hunter who wrote many books about his adventures in the jungles of South India.
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