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The Son of Tarzan (Tarzan #4)
The improvements are obvious over the earlier books, the plot is less transparent and more involved, and the dangers facing our heroes are a wider vari ...more
This book is exciting and fun to read! The action is non-stop and there's always some wild battle going on, or devious kidnappers thre ...more
Again, we ...more
UGHHHH. Okay, this is a tough one. Caution: Spoiler Alert, read with care. Most of the way through this book I was so incredibly frustrated and aggravated that I almost quit reading it. Thank goodness I didn’t. The last 30 pages saved this entire novel, no the entire series, for me. The Son of Tarzan is so different from the first three tarzan books (which I love so much I may just re-read to get my tarzan fix...or go buy the next ones and pray they are better than this one.)
Obviously going int...more
Yet another case where somehow a child lost in the jungles becomes more capable at survival than the natives born there. Must be his superior English genes.
Basically a rehash of the story of Tarzan. Meriam's introduction was a welcome change, but the book quickly becomes little more than just a se ...more
Kirjallisuudentutkijat voisivat käyttää muutamia "Tarzanin pojan" kohtauksia malliesimerkkeinä siitä rasismista, joita Edgar Rice Burroughsin ...more