Arthur Conan Doyle
The Lost World is one of the great adventure classics of our time, written in 1912 by Arthur Conan Doyle. The father of the emblematic Sherlock Holmes also created this founding novel of the dinosaur genre.
In it, the young journalist Ed Malone embarks with the quirky Professor Edward Challenger on an expedition to the depths of South America in search of prehistoric monsters. The artist Sergio Mora, defined by El País as “the patriarch of Spanish pop surrealism” illustrates this edition with its characteristic imagery.