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Tarzan en het verloren rijk (edition 1963)

by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Ton Stam (Translator)

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Title:Tarzan en het verloren rijk
Authors:Edgar Rice Burroughs (Author)
Other authors:Ton Stam (Translator)
Info:West-Friesland (1963), Hoorn, Paperback, 152p.
Collections:Your library, eBooks, To read, Buy and Get 2011, Unread, Readable, Papa's verzameling
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Tarzan and the Lost Empire by Edgar Rice Burroughs

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One of my favorites to this point in reading the series. This book takes you to a hidden valley where a lost Roman civilization has lived for hundreds of years. Through this Burroughs gives us a peek at Roman culture and existence, much like he did with Knights in the previous book.

This was a really great read. I could not put it down once I started. ( )
  Spyderman58 | Feb 26, 2014 |
One of Burroughs' more interesting archaeological Tarzan adventures in which Erich Von Harben is introduced, and Tarzan discovers himself inside one of Burroughs' many lost civilizations in Africa, a Roman City. An interesting portrayal of Burroughs' concept of Roman life and mores, and a satisfying adventure. ( )
  burnit99 | Jan 1, 2007 |
While searching for a missing scholar in the treacherous Wiramwazi Mountains, Tarzan is captured by an ancient tribe of the centuries-dead Roman Empire. In this dangerous throwback to Caesar's brutal regime, Tarzan must triumph over cruel emperors, skilled gladiators, and blood-hungry lions - or he will never taste freedom again...
  rajendran | Jul 23, 2006 |
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