"We admire the work of Maurus Jokai. It is vivid and there is a superabundance of incident."--_Times._
='MIDST THE WILD CARPATHIANS.= Fourth Edition.
"A succession of gorgeous tableaux. His canvas is crowded with striking figures of irresistible charm."--_Spectator._
=THE SLAVES OF THE PADISHAH; or, The Turks in Hungary.= Sequel to "'Midst the Wild Carpathians."
"One of the great books of the brilliant Hungarian Novelist."--_Daily News._
=A HUNGARIAN NABOB.= Fifth Edition.
"A series of strong, vivid pictures of Hungarian life, executed by the hand of a great master."--_Daily Chronicle._
=THE NAMELESS CASTLE.= Fifth Edition.
"An enthralling romance of adventure and intrigue."--_The Bookman._
=THE POOR PLUTOCRATS.= Fifth Edition.
"Full of exciting incidents and masterly studies of character."--_Court Circular._
=HALIL THE PEDLAR (The White Rose).=
"The book is a brilliant picture of an almost increditable world."--_St.
=DEBTS OF HONOR.= Fourth Edition.
"A series of pictures, stirring, sorrowful, and gay, but always beautiful."--_St. James' Gazette._