In this continuation of the saga of the amazing world of Barsoom, the love story of Carter and Dejah Thoris - the red-skinned, oviparous princess - unfolds. Like all the tales in the series, fantasy and adventure combine in a style as malleable as dreams, exotic and dangerous and unending.
(P)2009 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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Totally. It picks up where the previous one left off and you don't want to put it down.
John Carter. He's a total badass.
He doesn't hold back.
The John Carter books are all fantastic
After watching the first movie I wanted to know more and this book was exactly what i was looking for!!! It is a really good story and worth a listen!
"dufris is not bad. story is great."
Yes. Travel alot and great to listen to driving down th road.
He does a descent job,
"Great story, terrible production"
The forced, mock southern accent of the narrator was too much for me to bear, I actually bought another production just so that I might hear this great tale.
Wonderful love story that delighted my 12 year old daughter.
Exciting fights to keep my 15 years old son listening.
Fascinating characters, aliens, animals and people alike.
A book for all ages. The whole series is a good voyage.
"Simple and straight forword."
The ending wasn't enough, and I would have like there to have been more focus on the relationship bewteen John and his wife.
If I was feeling like listening in on a world where evil is always beaten and the hero always overcomes whatever in the way. Than yeah I'd listen ERB
The narrator was mid-level I've heard worse, his accent did get a little old, and he failed to but a lot varations in the script
about all of the fight scenes felt recycled.
"try a different reader"
my wife refused to listen
emoting is never appreciated
the book is what I expected I like swashbuckling even if not very good the narrator was not just awful, but god awful
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