For six long Martian months, John Carter has haunted the terrifying Temple of the Sun. Inside the walls of this mysterious revolving tower is his beloved wife, Dejah Thoris, the beautiful princess of Barsoom. Worse yet, his wife is trapped there with the lovely but wicked Phaidor, who has sworn to make John Carter her own - even if it means murder. How can Carter gain access to the Temple, whose doors swing open only once a year? And when he does find his way inside, will he find Dejah Thoris's welcoming embrace - or her corpse?
Public Domain (P)2012 Tantor
Very good listen
I cant listen to John Carter unless it is Scott Brick now
Books two and three are a movie makers dream come true
The narrator was great and in fact I think I'll choose another title by this narrator.
The plot was very boring (spoiler alert)..like super Mario Brothers..just when you get to the princess she's taken away again several times lol
Self-employed autodidact. Recipient of an unconventional education. Be a "Generalist" and never have a dull moment!
Wild and sincere, unintentionally goofy at times. SiFi written by a personality shaped in the timeframe that Steampunk references. Check your 21st century earthly brain at the door.
Yes I feel more in the story
When John gets his love back
When the assault on the yellow men
I'll take the thousands on the left you on the right
This book and the two before are the books they need for the John Carter movies.
This would have been three great movies.
It's no secret that I love Rice-Burroughs. Some of the plot is guessable but I found that I was so caught up in the moment that I didn't want to think ahead-draw the book out as far as possible!
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