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  • H.P. Lovecraft

    A collection of eclectic poetry penned by three kings of Pulp fiction from the 1930s. “Songs of Giants: The Poetry of Pulp” is a collection of 26 poems by writers H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and Robert E. Howard. Inspired by the illustrated book of the same name by artist Mark Wheatley. The poetry is read by Mark Redfield with a full orchestrated score and sound design by Jennifer Rouse to compliment the theme and dramatic feel of each poem. CREDITS: Original music and Sound Design: Jennifer Rouse Narrated by Mark Redfield “Songs of Giants” is a trademark of Mark Wheatley and the content is copyright mark Wheatley, except where noted. All Rights...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    The original interplanetary swashbuckler: John Carter is a fighting man of Earth (or is he?) transported suddenly to the surface of a strange planet full of fierce green giants, savage white apes, and noble but warlike humans — including the one he loves. But can he save her from the doom that threatens to destroy the entire planet? In a little over 100 years, the Martian tales of Edgar Rice Burroughs have changed the literary world, launching science fiction as a literary category and inspiring generations of young readers to spin their own wildly imaginative tales of distant planets and strange civilizations. This collection, gracefully and unobtrusively annotated, comprises the first...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    In the wild, unexplored coastal jungles of West Africa lives a wild human boy named Tarzan, the adopted son of a tribe of fierce almost-human anthropoid apes — but in reality the unknown heir of a wealthy and titled English noble family. Then one day, a small party of American treasure-seekers is marooned on Tarzan’s beach, including a lovely Baltimore belle named Jane Porter. When she leaves, Tarzan quits his jungle life and learns the ways of civilized man, so that he can follow her. But after he arrives, he finds he must choose between his noble birthright and her future happiness ... The two books in this duology were the world’s introduction to Tarzan of the Apes — possibly...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    John Carter was a soldier from Virginia who went out West to find his fortune. What he found instead was infinitely more valuable - a portal that takes him to the strange alien world of Mars where he meets a princess who changes his life forever. Adventure, intrigue, sword fights, might battles, monsters, aliens...this book truly has it all! This classic work from beloved author Edgar Rice Burroughs is brought to life by Another World Audiobooks through the vocal talent of Brady Smith, A Princess of Mars is a joy to listen to and the perfect way to experience it for the first time or relive your enjoyment of this classic work from Edgar Rice Burroughs. If you enjoy this, be sure to...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Here is the continuing adventure of one of fiction's most dramatic heroes, Tarzan the ape-man. In this new episode, Tarzan has given up his jungle ways and is living contentedly on a farm with his beloved wife, Jane, as a wealthy member of British nobility. But when he returns one day from a trip to Nairobi, he finds his farm has been laid to waste by German troops-with no one left alive. In grief and rage, he casts off the veneer of civilization to become once again the primitive ape-man, ranging the country in search of those who killed his mate to mete out the vengeance of the jungle. Never has master storyteller Edgar Rice Burroughs so skillfully shown the struggles within the breast...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    The Son of Tarzan is Edgar Rice Burroughs' fourth novel in the Tarzan series. First serialized between 1915 and 1916 in All-Story Weekly, it was published as a novel in 1917. Narrowly surviving his encounter with his enemy Tarzan in The Beasts of Tarzan, Alexis Paulvitch has a score to settle. He lures Tarzan's son Jack away from London and captures him, only to have Jack escape into the jungle that Tarzan once called home. With the help of an ape named Akut, Jack soon finds his place among the great apes, as his father did before him. But after rescuing the beautiful young woman named Meriem, the disaffected young man and the mistreated young woman must learn to live and love...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    A Princess of Mars is a bestseller by Edgar Rice Burroughs now brought to you in this new audiobook version of the timeless classic. Do you love tales of inter-species romance? Want fantasy, science fiction and adventure all rolled into one? A Princess of Mars is the novel that started Edgar Rice Burroughs' amazing Barsoom series. In it we meet one of the greatest heros of pulp fiction, John Carter, a retired confederate soldier. At the start of the novel his is prospecting in Arizona and is attacked by Indians he escapes into a cave and is transported to Mars where a legend is born. These novel will transport you to a lush Mars that never was. A Mars filled with strange and...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Two years before Edgar Rice Burroughs became a worldwide celebrity with the publication of Tarzan of the Apes, he published A Princess of Mars. A futuristic sci-fi fantasy romance, A Princess of Mars tells the story of John Carter, a Civil War veteran who inexplicably finds himself held prisoner on the planet Mars by the Green Men of Thark. Together with Dejah Thoris, the princess of another clan on Mars, the unlikely pair must fight for their freedom and save the entire planet from destruction as the life-sustaining Atmosphere Factory slowly grinds to a...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Edgar Rice Burroughs is the creator of one of the most iconic figures in American pop culture: Tarzan of the Apes. Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar is the fifth book in the Tarzan series and considered by many to be one of the best. In one of his earlier adventures, Tarzan visited the mysterious, ruinous city of Opar that dated back to Atlantean times and was now inhabited by a strange horde of bloodthirsty, apelike priests headed by La, the High Priestess of the Flaming God. Thence, he brought back very little of the great store of ingoted gold hidden deep in a hill, and was rich for life. In the current adventure, Tarzan returns to the gold-mining city of Opar to contend with greedy...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Edgar Rice Burroughs created one of the most iconic figures in American pop culture, Tarzan of the Apes. It is impossible to overstate his influence on entire genres of popular literature in the decades after his enormously winning pulp novels sparked the public's imagination. Jungle Tales of Tarzan explores the life of the young Tarzan, his adventurous boyhood and teen years among the great apes and other wild creatures that were his only family. The young Tarzan was unlike his companions and playmates-theirs was a simple, savage life, filled with little but killing or being killed. But Tarzan had all of a normal boy's desire to learn. He had taught himself to read from books left by his...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Listen to Jungle Tales of Tarzan with a movie-style soundtrack and amplify your audiobook experience. is a collection of twelve loosely-connected short stories written by Edgar Rice Burroughs, comprising the sixth book in order of publication in his series about the title character Tarzan.[1] Chronologically, the events recounted in it actually occur within Chapter 11 of Tarzan of the Apes, between Tarzan's avenging of his ape foster mother's death and his becoming leader of his ape...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Tarzan had been betrayed. Drugged and helpless, he was delivered into the hands of the dreadful priests of Opar, last bastion of ancient Atlantis. La, High Priestess of the Flaming God, had saved him once again, driven by her hopeless love for the ape-man. But now she was betrayed and threatened by her people. To save her, Tarzan fled with her into the legendary Valley of Diamonds, while Jad-bal-ja, his faithful golden lion, followed. Ahead lay a land where savage gorillas ruled over servile men. And behind, Estaban Miranda-who looked exactly like Tarzan-plotted further treachery. If you like classic fantasy action you will love Tarzan and The Golden Lion written by Edgar Rice...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    A Princess of Mars (1912) is a science fantasy novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the first of his Barsoom series. Full of swordplay and daring feats, the novel is considered a classic example of 20th century pulp fiction. It is also a seminal instance of the planetary romance, a sub genre of science fantasy that became highly popular in the decades following its publication. Its early chapters also contain elements of the Western. The story is set on Mars, imagined as a dying planet with a harsh desert environment. John Carter is a 2012 American science fiction adventure film directed by Andrew Stanton and produced by Walt Disney Pictures. It is based on A Princess of...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    One day, an ape named Kala finds a small human boy in the jungles of Africa. She names him Tarzan ('White skin' in ape language), and raises him as her own. In time, differences between himself and his tribe become clear to Tarzan, and when he finds a human-made cabin with books and photographs, he starts to understand why. Little does he know that his encounters with other humans have only just begun. This 1912 novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs was first published in a pulp magazine and quickly became so popular that twenty-three sequels followed. The story of Tarzan has been adapted to film many times, the 1999 Disney movie with its Phil Collins soundtrack being a fan...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Experience the return of the man raised by apes in this unabridged InAudio production of The Return of Tarzanby Edgar Rice Burroughs; Volume 2 in the Tarzan series. In the sequel to Tarzan of the Apes, Tarzan has given up on marrying Jane Porter, and is quickly dissatisfied with his life among human society. After facing several humans who scheme to kill him, he decides to return to the jungles of Africa to be in the environment he was raised in once more. Along the way, he hears rumors about a lost city of gold hiding among the trees and sets off with newfound friends to pursue the treasure, unaware of the dangers surrounding the lost city. TarzanÕs adventures take him all around the...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    In this fourth novel of Edgar Rice Burroughs's popular Barsoom series, the focus shifts from John Carter, Warlord of Mars, and Dejah Thoris of Helium (protagonists of the first three books in the series) to their son, Carthoris, prince of Helium, and Thuvia, princess of Ptarth. When Thuvia is abducted, blame is cast upon Carthoris. But both are innocent victims of the sinister Prince Astok of Dusar, whose lust for Thuvia brings all of Mars to the brink of war. Carthoris ends up following in his father's footsteps, fighting savage beasts and phantom armies as he rescues Thuvia and saves Barsoom from...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    In this sequel to At the Earth's Core, David Innes vows revenge and returns to the inner world of Pellucidar to rescue the beautiful Dian, who had been torn from his arms by trickery. However, his return trip places him far from the land of his beloved, and he is forced to undertake a desperate journey thousands of miles across the fierce inner earth to reach her. David's epic voyage takes him through the many strange lands of Pellucidar, including the pendant moon and the Land of Awful Shadow. His heart-pounding encounters with primeval beasts and extraordinary peoples makes Pellucidar one of the best adventure stories ever penned by Edgar Rice...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    "The Gods of Mars is a 1918 Edgar Rice Burroughs science fiction novel, the second of his famous Barsoom series.It can be said that the novel set the tone for much science fiction to come. Its influence can clearly be seen in franchises such as Star Trek and Farscape. While Burroughs no doubt borrowed liberally from the pulp fiction of his day, particularly westerns and swashbuckling tales, the pacing and themes set the tone for the soft science fiction genre. The protagonist, John Carter, with his proficiency in hand-to-hand combat and flirtations with beautiful alien women, could be said to have set the mold for later influential icons like Captain James T. Kirk and James Bond. At...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Old enemies are back to make life hard for Tarzan in `The Beasts of Tarzan‘ (1916), the third novel in the thrilling adventure series by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Dividing their time between Africa and England, Tarzan and Jane and their little son Jack are comfortably settled. But when they get kidnapped and separated, they must fight harder than ever to find a way back to each other. Tarzan returns to his roots in this particularly jungle-oriented novel in the series, and, using his primal intelligence, manages to secure the help of a panther, a native warrior, and a tribe of apes. Relentless in its pace and drenched in cliffhangers, this might just be the most exciting Tarzan novel...read more

  • Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Continue the adventures of Tarzan in The Beasts of Tarzan, the 3rd entry in the Tarzan series by Edgar Rice Burroughs. This story picks up a year after the end of The Return of Tarzan, and finds Tarzan and Jane together with a son, beginning to build a life together in Africa. But of course, Tarzan doesn’t stay out of danger for long, and soon his previous enemies are back to haunt him and kidnap his son. As the villains carry out their evil plan, Tarzan has to rely on his jungle upbringing and team up with the beasts of the jungle to rescue his beloved family. Enjoy this thrilling continuation of the adventures of Tarzan, and find the previous titles in the Tarzan series from...read more