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Adventure fiction is a genre of that has adventure, an exciting undertaking involving risk and physical danger, as its main theme. Adventure stories almost always move quickly, and the pace of the plot is at least as important as characterization, setting and other elements of a creative work.— Excerpted from Adventure novel on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Painted illustration by Newell Convers Wyeth from a 1911 edition of Treasure Island. Jim Hawkins points two flintlock pistols at the knife-wielding pirate Israel Hands while both are climbing the rigging.
Adventure

Desert adventure[edit]

Afghanistan[edit]

Extraordinary journeys[edit]

Historical adventure[edit]

Swashbuckling[edit]

Jungle adventure[edit]

Sea adventure[edit]

Pirates[edit]

Science fiction adventure[edit]

Lost World[edit]

Edisonade[edit]

Planetary romance[edit]

Spy adventure[edit]

War adventure[edit]

Collections[edit]

Verse[edit]

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