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Edgar Rice Burroughs' At the Earth's Core

by Bobby Nash

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I have never read Edgar Rice Burroughs book, but after reading this graphic novel am I quite tempted to do that. The story is fascinating and the art suits the story really well. Yes, there were moments when I thought that David Innes, the books hero, was a bit too good to be true and the instalove with Dian was not really my favorite part. But the fantastic world at earth's core is just so interesting with all the different animals and all the action. This story was really entertaining and I would love to know what happens next to David and the rest of the characters.

I received this copy from Dark Horse Books through Edelweiss in return for an honest review! Thank you! ( )
  MaraBlaise | Dec 14, 2017 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 161655746X, Hardcover)

Edgar Rice Burroughs' 1914 pulp fantasy epic comes to life! Follow David Innes and Abner Perry as they take their "iron mole" five hundred miles below the Earth's crust to a world known as Pellucidar. Thrill as they cross paths with the evil Mahar, the ape-like Sagoths, and all manner of prehistoric creatures . . . as well as the lovely Dian the Beautiful! More than simply an epic adventure, At the Earth's Core is also one of Burroughs' most compelling love stories.

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"Edgar Rice Burroughs' 1914 pulp fantasy epic comes to life! Follow David Innes and Abner Perry as they take their "iron mole" five hundred miles below the Earth's crust to a world known as Pellucidar. Thrill as they cross paths with the evil Mahar, the ape-like Sagoths, and all manner of prehistoric creatures as well as the lovely Dian the Beautiful! More than simply an epic adventure, At the Earth's Core is also one of Burroughs' most compelling love stories" --… (more)

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