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Sky Pirates of Callisto (Callisto #3)

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Jandar the Alien
SAVAGED


Stumbling upon the Lost City of Arangkhor in the trackless jungles of Cambodia, Jandar was mysteriously transported to the strange world of Callisto where the teeming black and crimson jungles sprawl under skies of golden vapour.

Now Jandar the Alien fears for the safety of the beautiful princess Darloona, a captive of the dreaded Sky Pirates. He reso
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Paperback, 189 pages
Published July 1st 1975 by Orbit Books (first published 1973)
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KEVIN
Jan 15, 2017 KEVIN rated it did not like it
The cover sold this book to me. What was inside was practically unreadable. But..........oh....that cover !!
Bob Rust
Jul 01, 2016 Bob Rust rated it it was amazing
The initial wave of Barsoom's popularity, in the '20s and '30s, spawned imitators in the form of Ralph Milne Farley and Otis Adelbert Kline who were very close to Burroughs in their own environment and sensibility.
This second wave in the latter half of the 20th century spawned its own tribute series the most notable being Michael Moorcock's Mars trilogy, Leigh Brackett's ‘Eric John Stark’ and Martian novels and stories, and Lin Carter's Callisto series.
Set in orbit on Callisto, a moon of Jupit
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Chris
Jan 07, 2013 Chris rated it really liked it
Another enjoyable sword and sandal adventure from Mr. Carter. This is the third book in the series but much of the back story is explained, providing any knowledge needed from the previous adventures of Jandar of Callisto.
Charles
Jul 18, 2008 Charles rated it liked it
Shelves: fantasy
Another good title. About average for the series. Enjoyable but doesn't knock your socks off.
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Linwood Vrooman Carter was an American author of science fiction and fantasy, as well as an editor and critic. He usually wrote as Lin Carter; known pseudonyms include H. P. Lowcraft (for an H. P. Lovecraft parody) and Grail Undwin.

Carter had a marked tendency toward self-promotion in his work, frequently citing his own writings in his nonfiction to illustrate points and almost always including at
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