The Son of Tarzan

Narrated by: David Stifel
Series: Tarzan, Book 4
Length: 10 hrs and 49 mins
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In this, the fourth book in the Tarzan series, some years have passed since the events of The Beasts of Tarzan. Tarzan and Jane reside in London, and they have a young son. An evil figure from their past, Alexis Paulvich, re-surfaces to destroy their happiness in a kidnap plot on their son. Young Lord Greystoke plunges into the wilds of Africa, accompanied only by an old friend - one of The Beasts of Tarzan. Can a civilized English lad survive the perils of the jungle? Well, he is The Son of Tarzan.

Public Domain (P)2014 David Stifel

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Super great book

This is the best of the Tarzan books so far and I don't see how any books in the series could be better. I stayed up all night because I just could not stop listening to the riveting story of Tarzan's son, Jack. Eight year old Jack runs away from home with an ape from the zoo to go to Africa. He ends up stranded in the jungles of Africa where he lives with an ape and becomes a lord of the jungle. He and the giant ape are teamed with a beautiful young girl that Jack saves from a cruel man in a village. This book spans several years and is chock full of non stop action. Burroughs was a fantastic story teller and even though many things that happen are highly improbable, it is still very real and believable. There are many horrible people in the story and several noble and good people and animals. The narrator is fantastic. Don't miss the Tarzan series but make sure you get the books narrated by David Stifel - he is the best.