From the scorching sands of Cairo to the Canyoon of the Cresent Moon, 'The Lost Journal of Indiana Jones' is the personal journal of Dr Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr. It cronicles every thrilling adventure, from his early travels with his father, through to his search for the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail, and culminating in his quest to find the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
Hidden for year amongst KGB files, this is the first time Indiana Jones's journal has been made public, coinciding with the worldwide release of the fourth movie, 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull'.
'The Lost Journal of Indiana Jones' is filled with sketches, notes and jottings in the great man's own hand, accompanied by rare archive photos and much material never published before. The journal records the artefacts and discoveries, the folklore and characters, as well as the many narrow escapes and daring escapades 'Indy' encountered on each of his globetrotting travels.
For Indiana Jone's fans, old and new, who wish to recapture the excitement of these legendary films in book form, 'The Lost Journal of Indiana Jones' provides a uniquely vivid insight into the heroic world of one of cinema's most popular adventurers.
The Lost Journal of Indiana Jones
Author: Henry Jones, Jr
The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation is pleased to release one of its most prized holdings, the heretofore 'lost' journal of Dr Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr., which was obscured within the KGB's collection for years before passing into the Russian Federation's possession. From Jone's notes on his youthful encounters with the likes of Lawrence of Arabia and Teddy Roosevelt, through his adulthood adventures with the Thuggee Cult, the Nazis and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, this journal covers nearly 50 years in his life, spanning from 1908 to 1957. Dr Jones's snapshots, sketches, press clippings and entries recording his personal thoughts are all revealed in this volume, giving new insight into one of the most enigmatic adventures of the 20th century.
Review: There is something for eveyone in this journal, will bring out the adventurer in you.