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Book 2. Iznogoud; The Caliph's VacationThe four stories in The Caliph's Vacation all revolve around Iznogoud taking the Caliph on various vacations in order to eliminate him and become Caliph himself. Particularly hopeless in its execution is Iznogoud's attempt to send the Caliph on a cruise that will not return, instead Iznogoud shares the Caliph's tour of a series of islands inhabited by hungry natives and monsters.

This book contains some of the funniest and most hapless of Iznogoud's schemes to be rid of the Caliph. Read my review of The Caliph's Vacation.

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