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Tarzan the Terrible

Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950)

1. 01 - The Pithecanthropus
2. 02 - "To the Death"
3. 03 - Pan-at-lee
4. 04 - Tarzan-jad-guru
5. 05 - In the Kor-ul-gryf
6. 06 - The Tor-o-don
7. 07 - Jungle Craft
8. 08 - A-lur
9. 09 - Blood-Stained Altars
10. 10 - The Forbidden Garden
11. 11 - Sentence of Death
12. 12 - The Giant Stranger
13. 13 - The Masquerader
14. 14 - The Temple of the Gryf
15. 15 - "The King Is Dead"
16. 16 - The Secret Way
17. 17 - By Jad-bal-lul
18. 18 - The Lion Pit of Tu-lur
19. 19 - Diana of the Jungle
20. 20 - Silently in the Night
21. 21 - The Maniac
22. 22 - A Journey on a Gryf
23. 23 - Taken Alive
24. 24 - The Messenger of Death
25. 25 - Home

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Summary

In the previous novel, during the early days of World War I, Tarzan discovered that his wife Jane was not killed in a fire set by German troops, but was in fact alive. In this novel two months have gone by and Tarzan is continuing to search for Jane. He has tracked her to a hidden valley called Pal-ul-don, which means "Land of Men." In Pal-ul-don Tarzan finds a real Jurassic Park filled with dinosaurs, notably the savage Triceratops-like Gryfs, which unlike their prehistoric counterparts are carnivorous. The lost valley is also home to two different races of tailed human-looking creatures, the Ho-don (hairless and white skinned) and the Waz-don (hairy and black-skinned). Tarzan befriends Ta-den, a Ho-don warrior, and Om-at, the Waz-don chief of the tribe of Kor-ul-ja. In this new world he becomes a captive but so impresses his captors with his accomplishments and skills that they name him Tarzan-Jad-Guru (Tarzan the Terrible), which is the name of the novel (Introduction by Wikipedia)

Reviews

- Adventure

A little hard to follow with most of the names sounding alike but as with all of the previous Tarzan books, this was a great adventure indeed!