An unlikely trio of friends, believing themselves destined for adventure, leave their small American town after being visited by the mysterious representative of a lost race hidden in the Gobi Desert. He calls them "Sons of the Blue Wolf," and claims that their coming has been foretold. The three men, believing that Fate has chosen them to make the trip for reasons not yet clear, are prepared to risk everything - including their lives - on this hazardous undertaking, with scant knowledge of the many hardships that lay ahead. Perley Poore Sheehan's fascinating tale skillfully blends fantasy, mysticism, science fiction, and high adventure!Sheehan (1875-1943) began his lengthy career as a journalist, entering the all-fiction field as an assistant editor for the Munsey pulp-magazine line. Within a few years he laid down his blue pencil to begin writing his own stories. Sheehan was proficient in many genres but is best remembered for his fantastic fiction, which includes such fine works as The Copper Princess, The Woman of the Pyramids, and The Abyss of Wonders.The "Forgotten Classics of Pulp Fiction" series brings back into print ten outstanding novels originally published in rough-paper magazines that flourished during the early decades of the 20th century.