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The Beasts of Tarzan

Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950)

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1. 01 – Kidnapped
2. 02 – Marooned
3. 03 – Beasts at Bay
4. 04 – Sheeta
5. 05 – Mugambi
6. 06 – A Hideous Crew
7. 07 – Betrayed
8. 08 – The Dance of Death
9. 09 – Chivalry or Villainy
10. 10 – The Swede
11. 11 – Tambudza
12. 12 – A Black Scoundrel
13. 13 – Escape
14. 14 – Alone in the Jungle
15. 15 – Down the Ugambi
16. 16 – In the Darkness of the Night
17. 17 – On the Deck of the Kincaid
18. 18 – Paulvitch Plots Revenge
19. 19 – The Last of the “Kincaid”
20. 20 – Jungle Island Again
21. 21 – The Law of the Jungle

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Summary

Originally featured as a five-part serial in All-Story Cavalier magazine in 1914 and later published in book form in 1916, The Beasts of Tarzan is the third book in the gripping Tarzan series. Shifting from London to the natural African scenery, the novel follows Tarzan as he finds himself in the wicked ploy of old enemies, which launches him into a mission to save his beloved wife and son, while also caring for his own welfare. Furthermore, he must go back to his previous life and reclaim his position as king of the jungle. The novel begins with the escape of Tarzan’s archenemy Nikolas Rokoff from prison, who is intent on getting his revenge. The events in the novel are set shortly after Tarzan has settled in to his new life as Lord Greystroke, a married man and father to baby Jack. Just when things seem to have stabilized, Tarzan once again is faced with unease, as his infant son is kidnapped by Rokoff and his henchman Alexis Paulvich. Subsequently, Tarzan follows a trail supposedly leading to the whereabouts of his son, but instead it leads him straight into Rokoff’s trap. Accordingly, Tarzan finds himself imprisoned on a ship bound for the African east coast. At the same time, Jane suspects that Tarzan might be entering a trap and decides to go after her him. Needless to say, things do not go well for her either, as she too is imprisoned aboard the ship and caught up in Rokoff’s mischievous scheme of revenge. Upon reaching a deserted island, Rokoff abandons Tarzan on its shores, while telling him of his plans to leave infant Jack to be raised among cannibals as one of their own. Marooned, Tarzan must join forces with the animal inhabitants of the island in order to safely reunite his family and free them from the evil grasp of Rokoff. A riveting continuation of the audacious adventures of Tarzan, the novel effectively carries on Burroughs’ reputation as an imaginative novelist as he presents a refreshing take on the already well-known characters, as well as introducing a new set of characters. Additionally, he creates a distinctive plot by incorporating a vivid setting and applying evocative imagery. An action-packed installment, the piece promises satisfaction for any fan of the Tarzan series.

Reviews

dg

Typical danger-fraught adventure of "the ape man" and his woman! Interesting and good narrating.

Julie

- Review beast of tarzan

That was a good story and excellent narration by James Christopher. I throughly enjoyed it. On to the next book.... :0)