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Tarzan the Magnificent (edition 1977)

by Edgar Rice Burroughs (Author)

Series: Tarzan (21)

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An old sorcerer captures Tarzan and plans to torture him unmercifully before killing him.
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Title:Tarzan the Magnificent
Authors:Edgar Rice Burroughs (Author)
Info:Ballantine Books (1977), Edition: 4th Ballantine
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Tarzan the Magnificent by Edgar Rice Burroughs

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At least Jane was mentioned, if not by name. ( )
  LindaLeeJacobs | Feb 15, 2020 |
First half was very good. Second half was repetitious. But even not-so-great ERB is better than most other adventure writers. ( )
  jameshold | Jul 22, 2017 |
Two connected novellas make up an exciting Tarzan adventure. The first novella brings him to warring tribes of warrior women, each tribe with their own wizard. In the 2nd, Tarzan returns to the warring cities of Athne & Cathne. ( )
  Leischen | Jan 13, 2014 |
Tarzan attempts to find the daughter of a long-dead explorer, and makes his way to two tribes of warrior women, who lure men into slavery with the hypnotic power of a gigantic emerald and diamond that the two tribes control. ( )
  burnit99 | Jan 1, 2007 |
Two tribes of frightful warrior women, the Kaji and the Zuli, war with one another for possession of the men they lure into slavery. Their mysterious hypnotic power comes from the magnificent gems they worship – an emerald and a diamond, each as big as a human head. Will the Lord of the Jungle be immune to the strange power of the Kaji and the Zuli?
  rajendran | Jul 23, 2006 |
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Originally published as two separate stories serialized in different pulp magazines; "Tarzan and the Magic Men" in Argosy from September to October, 1936, and "Tarzan and the Elephant Men" in Blue Book from November 1937 to January 1938.
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