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Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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A great story from Mr Burroughs. A classic for all ages to read for years to come. Really enjoyed reading this story.Published 13 hours ago by Kevin Frazier
Good, imaginative story, but it lost points for the old style. It's worth a read just for the historical insight.Published 2 days ago by Mark Luedtke
You have to love Burroughs' ability to pen fantastical stories in exotic settings!Published 3 days ago by Todd Dunnavant
Ah, my young one. Here is a ribald tale of yore, complete with all the adventure (and a touch of romance) you could wish for. This is indeed dated, in almost every sense. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Erik N Berglund
This is just an utterly wonderful book, a stunning achievement, written in 1912 by a natural genius. I recommend this book.Published 13 days ago by Chief Thunder-Thud, of the Ojito Tribe
It's spooky. It starts in southern Arizona and you're definitely in the tropics, especially on a hot summer day. Can we come to terms with intelligent life that reproduces by? Read morePublished 15 days ago by Bottle Infrontofme
Given that this was published in 1917, a great, forward looking piece of Sci-FiPublished 16 days ago by William Shapse
I picked this up to see what the "Me Tarzan, You Jane" guy had to say. I have to confess that my knowledge of Burroughs was limited to the black and white Tarzan movies of... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Russell Herron