The Bush Boys

“The Bush-Boys” is a novel written by Mayne Reid that tells the story of a Dutch farmer and his family as they navigate the challenges of living in the wild Karoos of Southern Africa. The book is set in the mid-19th century and follows the lives of the farmer and his family as they work to establish a successful farm in a harsh and unforgiving environment. Throughout the book, the family faces a variety of challenges, including drought, disease, and attacks from wild animals. They also encounter a number of interesting characters, including a group of escaped convicts and a mysterious stranger who helps them in their time of need. Despite the difficulties they face, the family remains determined to succeed and is able to build a thriving farm that provides for their needs and those of the surrounding community. The book is a fascinating look at life in a remote and rugged corner of the world, and it offers a unique perspective on the challenges and rewards of farming in a harsh environment.


Category Novel (203)
Translator Sh. Safyan (2)
Language Armenian
Duration 9h : 6m
Age recommendation 13-15