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Tarzan Meets Kong

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  20 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
King Kong is not dead. He has been abducted and spirited back to his jungle island home. But he is not free. He is held captive and only John Clayton, Lord Greystoke-Tarzan can help win him free of his Nazi captors and throw of the yoke of German imperialism. Carl Denham guides the ape-man across vast seas to the jungle island and with the help of Tarzan’s son Korak and ...more
Kindle Edition, 207 pages
Published March 4th 2013 by Amazon Digital
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May 23, 2013 John rated it it was ok
Coming off of reading a bunch of the real Tarzan stories, written by Burroughs, this just doesn't stand up very well. I suppose it was decent for fan fiction, but it wasn't edited at all. I found lots of misused words, missing punctuation, poor phrasing, and some anachronistic word usage. My favorite typo was one character telling another he'd wring someone's neck with his "bear hands." That literally made me laugh out loud. Long story short, if given a week, I could have edited this into a much ...more
Dec 05, 2015 F rated it it was amazing
I came to this book not expecting much, having read "cross-overs" that changed characters, i.e., making them do/say things the original author would never approve. This was not the case with Tarzan Meets Kong! I felt like Leonard did justice to the title characters and the other characters that came along side of them in the narrative.

Tarzan and Korak were both true to their roots as was Kong and I was especially impressed with Carl Denham.

Denham was delightful- evoking the Denham from the orig
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