ADVENTURES OF A FAKIR by Vesvold Ivanov

ADVENTURES OF A FAKIR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Pre-revolutionary days in Siberia -- a picaresque tale which reads like borderline fictionized autobiography, but stretches the credulity over much for sound facts. It has something of a Don Quixote trend, in the fantastic adventures of a youth who set out to become a fakir. Just misses being first rate -- but there it is. Perhaps men will find it more interesting than women.

Pub Date: Nov. 13th, 1935
Publisher: Vanguard