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Nathan Long is a screen and prose writer, with two movies, one Saturday-morning adventure series, and a handful of live-action and animated TV episodes to his name, as well as ten fantasy novels and several award-winning short stories. He hails from Pennsylvania, where he grew up, went to school, and played in various punk and rock-a-billy bands, before following his writing dreams to Hollywood where he now plays in various punk and country bands and writes novels full-time.
This is a good parody of john carter of mars, damn the heroine is witty, foul mouthed and tough. I hope you will enjoy it as I havePublished 11 days ago by Iori Angel
A real s*** kicker in the tradition of John Carter of Mars [by Edgar Rice Burroughs]. Highly recommended! I'm going to purchase volume 2!Published 5 months ago by Redbeard
Since I hadn't read John Carter of Mars (or seen the film), any direct parody or correlation was lost on me. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John M. Barrett
Ok, so I'm a little biased because I absolutely love Nathan's other books (the Gotrek and Felix series he took over, the spin off of Ulrika, now reading Blackhearts, even a short... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lae702
A little info first. 1) I haven't read Princess of Mars and 2) I got the audiobook of this instead of reading.
I LOVE this book. Love. Read more
Did you see that horrible movie Disney John Carter? (And I hope, for you sake, that you didn't!) Remember all those good opportunities they had to make a decent story and instead... Read morePublished 13 months ago by SeattleReader
the story moved along and some of the situations were interesting but I just could not get into this book.Published 15 months ago by Naomi Beasley
"Fun" is the operative word in "Jane Carver of Waar" (Night Shade Books, $14.99, 312 pages), which is Nathan Long's tribute to Edgar Rice Burroughs' Barsoom books. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Clay Kallam
A terrible pastiche of Edgar Rice Burroughs classic JOHN CARTER OF MARS. Not only is the writing pedantic and full of extraneous words, grammatical errors and outright bad prose,... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Alan M Rogers