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  • ISBN 0345027035
  • ISBN13 978-0345027030
  • Language English
  • Author Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • Publisher Flamingo; Reprinted edition (1972)
  • Formats txt doc rtf lit
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Action and Adventure
  • Size ePub 1858 kb
  • Size Fb2 1597 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 709

"Tarzan and Mugambi, the giant Negro, with silent, feral Sheeta the panther at their side, together with Tarzan's hideous crew of apes, made a formidable company. But they were stalking a vicious human killer who held Tarzan's son and wife as hostage..."

Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Edgar Rice Burroughs. Tarzan had recently brought his wife and infant son to London to escapethe discomforts and dangers of the rainy season upon their vast estatein Uziri-the land of the savage Waziri warriors whose broad Africandomains the ape-man had once ruled. He had run across the Channel for a brief visit with his old friend,but the news of the Russian's escape had already cast a shadow upon hisouting, so that though he had but just arrived he was an immediate return to London.

Edgar Rice Burroughs (September 1, 1875 – March 19, 1950) was an American fiction writer best known for his celebrated and prolific output in the adventure and science-fiction genres. Among the most notable of his creations are the jungle hero Tarzan, the heroic Mars adventurer John Carter, and the fictional landmass within Earth known as Pellucidar. Burroughs' California ranch is now the center of the Tarzana neighborhood in Los Angeles.

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Burroughs Edgar Rice. The Beasts of Tarzan Edgar Burroughs To Joan Burroughs Chapter 1 Kidnapped The entire affair is shrouded in mystery, said D'Arnot. I have it on the best of authority that neither the police nor the special agents of the general staff have the faintest conception of how it was accomplished. All they know, all that anyone knows, is that Nikolas Rokoff has escaped.

The beasts of tarzan t 3, . The Beasts of Tarzan t-3, . part of Tarzan Series. Tarzan had recently brought his wife and infant son to London to escape the discomforts and dangers of the rainy season upon their vast estate in Uziri-the land of the savage Waziri warriors whose broad African domains the ape-man had once ruled. He had run across the Channel for a brief visit with his old friend, but the news of the Russian's escape had already cast a shadow upon his outing, so that though he had but just arrived he was already contemplating an immediate return to London.

Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950) is best remembered as the creator of the world famous character of Tarzan, one of the indispensable icons of popular culture. Burroughs also published science fiction and crime novels

Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950) is best remembered as the creator of the world famous character of Tarzan, one of the indispensable icons of popular culture. Burroughs also published science fiction and crime novels. Critics have considered Burroughs's fiction often crudely written and chauvinist.

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Edgar Rice Burroughs books, for me, are just about perfect. The first two Tarzan novels were filled with action, adventure, and excitement. The third book,the beasts of Tarzan is much less exciting, as the plot is very repetitive. This time around, tarzan learns that his son has been kidnpped by an old enemy. Tarzan tries to rescue his son but ends up stranded on an island.

Читать онлайн Tarzan's Quest. Burroughs Edgar Rice With an angry snarl, the beast wheeled about and started toward the tree that harbored his annoyer. Burroughs Edgar Rice. Tarzan's Quest (1935). Edgar Rice Burroughs. Chapter 1 The Princess Sborov. Feeling secure in the protection of Tarzan, little Nkima waxed belligerent, as he always did under similar circumstances when the possibility of danger seemed remote. With an angry snarl, the beast wheeled about and started toward the tree that harbored his annoyer.

They swarmed about Tarzan's craft; but when they saw the nature of the enemy all but one turned and paddled swiftly upriver. That one came too close to the ape-man's craft before its occupants realized that their fellows were pitted against demons instead of men. As it touched Tarzan spoke a few low words to Sheeta and Akut, so that before the attacking warriors could draw away there sprang upon them with a blood-freezing scream a huge panther, and into the other end of their canoe clambered a great ape.

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Manemanu
Edgar Rice Burroughs books, for me, are just about perfect. There is a reason why his books still have such great popularity to this day

I first started reading him as a child when I was about 6 or7 years old. It blew my mind then and continues to do so till this day. It opened up a world of adventure for me that fueled my ambitions to travel, my love of book reading, animals and plants. It introduced me to possibilities that I did not even know existed at the time like space travel (and boy does that age me or what), the possibility of time travel, aliens, life on different planets, the possibility of ancient civilizations existing and so on.

This is the third book in the Tarzan series and concerns the kidnapping of Tarzan's son. The chase is on and Tarzan gets captured and abandoned on an island. What happens to him there and the fate and survival of his son is the topic of this book.

New readers of ERB may consider this well dated as the plot twists may seem so familiar due to the fact that they will have encountered such writing twists from modern day writers. But this author was one of the primogenitures of this genre. Much like Arthur Conan Doyle created Sherlockian detectives, ERB created adventurers, 'wild men', anthropomorphic animals, and adventures you happily 'live' with all throughout your life.

This is a great read that you will go back to over and over again as you read further books in the series.
Skiletus
Burroughs is a fantastic writer, and his details of everything from characters to settings are vividly descriptive. Unlike the first two stories in the series, TARZAN OF THE APES and THE RETURN OF TARZAN, I didn't feel this story moved well. There was a lot of action and great characters, but much of the story seemed redundant. I read over and over about Tarzan eating raw meat by preference despite his being "civilized." I didn't think that added to the plot. Plus, there were several instances in which both Tarzan and Jane misjudged other characters or made poor decisions that put themselves or others in peril. Once or twice would've been believable; but when it kept happening, the story became less appealing.

Don't get me wrong, THE BEASTS OF TARZAN is still worth the read. It has all the adventure and danger that you expect from a Tarzan story, and, for me, the dimension added by animal characters was extremely interesting. If the first two hadn't been so fantastic, I probably would have given this one a higher rating. I'm looking forward to reading the other Tarzan stories. If you're a Burroughs fan, definitely DON'T skip this one. Just don't let yourself be disappointed when it isn't as good as the first two.
Gamba
BEASTS OF TARZAN is an escapist's dream come true. There are so many adventures and cliff-hangers in it that you'll wish it would just go on and on and on. Villains abound. Lions, crocodiles, and savage tribes all try to best The Ape-Man. Fortunately, Tarzan gets much needed help, always just in the nick-of-time, from his small band of friends: Mugambi the chief of the Wagambi, Sheeta the leopard and Akut the king of the great apes on Jungle Island. Did I mention that Tarzan's bitterest foes are involved in the events that begin the story and cause our hero no end of worry? No? Well, if you are familiar with the first two books, you'll know instantly who I mean.

Another rollicking adventure by Edgar Rice Burroughs set in the jungles of Darkest Africa. 5 Stars
Macage
This is one of the series of the Tarzan books written by this prolific author. The book is written in an easily readable style, and makes enjoyable pleasant, light reading.
The author is writing at the beginning of the 20th century, when much of the African continent was unknown. It is interesting to follow the workings of his mind, as he creates a series of interesting and unique civilizations for Tarzan and the reader to explore.
As part of the format, one knows that our hero will find himself in mortal peril, but will predictably always escape, allowing us to look forward to the next book in the series.
Celen
The first two Tarzan novels were filled with action, adventure, and excitement. The third book,the beasts of Tarzan is much less exciting, as the plot is very repetitive.

This time around, tarzan learns that his son has been kidnpped by an old enemy. Tarzan tries to rescue his son but ends up stranded on an island.

Possibly the worst parts of the book were the ones that focused on Jane, since she can often be very dull. She, too has been taken, and she again lands on the same island ss Tarzan.

While this book may not be the best in the series, I would reccomend it to anyone who is interested in the Tarzan books because it concludes the second one.
Deorro
One of the legendary ERB's best!

When John Clayton's child gets kidnapped, he must call upon the wild beasts of the jungle to help him out to track down those who dare take one of his beloved family.

Why, oh why, can't Hollywood make these classic hits into live action or animated films? Still hold up, and would make butt loads of cash!
Kanrad
This was an awesome book and I recommend this book to those who are interested or are thinking about reading the original Tarzan book series written by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
I got started reading Burroughs with his John Carter of Mars series. I shied away from Tarzan because I never was a big fan of the movie interpretations. When I finally got around to reading it I was amazed. I see why the Tarzan series was Burroughs most popular. You see concepts that could not be described on film. You feel as if you are there, in the adventures and they are marvelous adventures.

While the book does stand on it's own, I recommend you read Tarzan of the Apes first.