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While Pellucidar is actually limited in size, it does not _appear_ to be limited.
Most are familar with Edgar Rice Burroughs through Tarzan or the Mars series of books, but the Pellucidar series still withstands the tests of time.
Tarzan at the Earth's Core by Burroughs is a heart warming tale of loyalty, romance, and adventure set in the hollow earth setting of Pellucidar.
There's something pure and childlike about Burroughs' imagination. Maybe it's the pioneer sci-fi/fantasy era in which he wrote that permitted such simple, free-flowing prose. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Abner Rosenweig
The book is all torn up and the cover is falling off, i would like to get my money back.Published 9 months ago by brian earnest
Tarzan is a good fictional hero. Here he travels far from his beloved Africa to the untamed lands in the center of the earth, where he encounters dinosaurs, cavemen, a beautiful... Read morePublished 14 months ago by kd11
The bonuses here are the lovely Frazetta illustrations ...
Edgar Rice Burroughs goes all out bringing Tarzan to the Earth's Core.
There are some books you read for a skewed yet realistic depiction of the world we live in, and there are some books that you read for the pure adrenaline rush of reading them. Read morePublished on September 3, 2012 by Michael Battaglia
45 years ago in Jr High School I read At The Earth's Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs. I loved it and the book helped me develop a life long love of reading. Read morePublished on February 14, 2012 by Thomas Erickson
The author's literary style is well developed and he set up and interesting story line in which for the first time Tarzan is lost. Read morePublished on January 12, 2011 by M. A. Ramos
Edgar Rice Burroughs made a living creating far flung worlds inhabited by savage beasts, savage races, lovely damsels, muscular heroes, and brute villains. Read morePublished on August 18, 2010 by Martin Asiner
PAGES WERE VERY YELLOW MAKING IT HARDER TO READ.
I have been an ERB fan since I was a kid in the 50s. Read more