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One of the all-time best Tarzan novels out there.
Been loving this author since the 70's. ALL the Tarzan novels are either good or just plain excellent. Read more
Tarzan goes to Pellucidar in a dirigible-what more could you possibly ask? David Innes appears in a cameo role.Published 5 months ago by hudd
David Innes is held prisoner by the Korsars in Pellucidar, and Jason Gridley asks Tarzan to accompany him in an attempt to recue David. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Virginia E. Johnson
I first read E.R.B.'s Pellucidar series back in 8th grade and was completely enthralled with the complete series, having already read the John Carter of Mars books, and dabbled in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Robert E. Behers
This is one of the most amazing pieces of Science Fiction ever written. It's astounding this book is not more well known, it was the first Burroughs book I ever picked up and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by History buff, reader, person with name, etc
a wonderful book! much in common with princess of mars and cave girl. just a very creative exciting read. Read morePublished 12 months ago by john washington
_Pretty much the same as Pellucidar but different monsters and creatures so if you liked Pellucidar then you will love this book also.Published 14 months ago by Kindle Customer
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 15 months ago by Abner Rosenweig