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Publisher's Summary

This is the fifth story in the Tarzan adventure novels. Tarzan’s enemy in this book is a Belgian traitor and an Arab chieftain named Achmet Zek. Tarzan intends to "liberate" more jewels from the lost city of Opar, unaware that his enemies know of his plan and that they intend to liberate the jewels from Tarzan. The running battle becomes so intense that Tarzan is incensed to the point of losing his newly found, refined demeanor and becomes the beast of old with a terrible ferocity. The apeman once again responds to the wild call and goes forth to prove that he is truly the king of the jungle....

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Public Domain (P)2011 Books In Motion

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Great book, so so narration.

The overall narrative was broken with the reader taking sips is a beverage and there was unrelated background noise.

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Best ever narrator

What did you love best about Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar?

Story & narrator

What does David Sharp bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

It is like listening to various actors

Any additional comments?

I cannot find but a few books narrated by David Sharp. I have bought them all. Wish he would do more!

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classic ERB

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Sure...if you're a Tarzan fan

Did David Sharp do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

No...not a top drawer reader, and his very audible breath intake was annoying

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