by Robert Louis Stevenson
Publisher: Chatto & Windus 1905
Number of pages: 399
This book is Stevenson's third full-length narrative, an action romance set in the imaginary Germanic state of Gruenewald. The novel is first published in 1885. Robert Louis Stevenson referred to Prince Otto as 'my hardest effort'.
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