(P)1999 by Blackstone Audiobooks
Love to take my walks listening to audible books
The interaction of charactes and wild animals.
This series is one of a kind and impossible to compare to other books
Very easy to listen to. Speach clear and strong.
Neither. It took me back to my childhood when I searched all the book stores with my father because the libraries banned the books.
I'm happy to have the chance to enjoy the books, this time in audio form.
The narration was decent with the exception of the foreign and female voices were all a singular Eastern European accent. Theses were al fine though. They quality of the recording and volume were of poor quality on several chapters. And most importantly, each chapter is actually multiple chapters making following along difficult.
Audible very kindly gave me this audiobook for free. I found it to be charming, an old-fashioned fantasy; the hero and heroine so attractive in every way. What a change from the negativity of so many modern books. Of course the story is unlikely to improve one's mind but certainly entertains.
Read this series as a child. This book slow & too predictive & had threads that were too unbelievable-as if Tarzan wasn't unbelievable enough.
No particularly....the British accent rather turned me off and I didn't find myself waiting for another boring descriptive scene. The narrator's delivery was a turn-off..
The delivery of the age old story - even the dangerous scenes did not elicit any emotion.
monotonous, boring, unexciting
Too uneventful protrayal of what should have been breathtaking scenes for me. I was disappointed.l
"The Return of Tarzan" is the second in his series of books about the title character Tarzan, with the first book edition published in 1915. The novel picks up where Tarzan of the Apes left off, and is equally exciting.
In "The Return of Tarzan", Tarzan learns that he is the true Lord Greystoke, but does not claim his title, because of his love for Jane, who has promised to wed Tarzan's cousin William Cecil Clayton. Clayton inherited the title, Lord Greystoke, when Tarzan's mother and father were declared dead. If Tarzan took his rightful place as Lord Greystoke, it would leave Clayton penniless, and Jane would suffer without money--so Tarzan walks away.
Disappointment in love, Tarzan returns to the jungle where he has many strange adventures--even before Tarzan reaches his jungle home, events take him to places he never knew existed...there's ocean cruises, Paris, desert adventures, spying for the French Secret Service, beautiful women, lost cities. etc., etc.
Tarzan makes an enemy of the powerful Russian, Nikolas Rokoff, who dogs his trail plotting and planning his demise. The action-packed gripping scenes and nasty villains are easily visualized due to Burrough's wonderful storytelling, and Robert Whitfield's great performance. The many twists and turns the story takes keep you riveted, unable to stop listening.
I've thoroughly enjoyed books 1 & 2 and highly recommend them. They really should be read in sequence.
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