New York: G. Howard Watt, 1924. First American edition. A Very Good + copy of the book with the rear hinge professionally tightened and a previous owner's name on the front free end paper. In a very bright, Near Fine jacket publisher clipped on the four corners, but retaining the original price. A late work by this master of science fiction and adventure, first published posthumously.
This action-packed novel features piracy in the South Atlantic and the desperate measures undertaken by men stranded on a small island, home to the southern-most lighthouse in the world. The Lighthouse at the End of the World was inspired by the real lighthouse at the southern tip of Argentina. Verne's novel was later adapted into the 1971 film, The Light at the Edge of the World. Very Good + in Near Fine dust jacket. (Item #476)