The Beasts of Tarzan


Read by James Christopher

(4.6 stars; 870 reviews)

This is the third of Burrough's Tarzan novels. Originally serialized in All-Story Cavalier magazine in 1914, the novel was first published in book form by A. C. McClurg in 1916.

In the previous novel Tarzan reclaimed his name and title as John Clayton, Lord Greystoke. In this novel he finds that proper society is just as vicious as the jungle when greedy men threaten him and his new family. Jane and her infant son Jack are kidnapped by Tarzan's enemies, Nikolas Rokoff and Alexis Paulvitch, who then trap Tarzan himself and attempt to exile him forever on a primitive island, bereft of all those dear to him. There, however, Tarzan gains new allies in the panther Sheeta and the ape Akut, together with Akut's band. (Summary by Wikipedia) (5 hr 19 min)

Chapters

Kidnapped 13:45 Read by James Christopher
Marooned 15:56 Read by James Christopher
Beasts at Bay 19:09 Read by James Christopher
Sheeta 16:31 Read by James Christopher
Mugambi 15:34 Read by James Christopher
A Hideous Crew 15:41 Read by James Christopher
Betrayed 15:02 Read by James Christopher
The Dance of Death 15:48 Read by James Christopher
Chivalry or Villainy 14:59 Read by James Christopher
The Swede 14:47 Read by James Christopher
Tambudza 14:11 Read by James Christopher
A Black Scoundrel 16:05 Read by James Christopher
Escape 13:28 Read by James Christopher
Alone in the Jungle 13:53 Read by James Christopher
Down the Ugambi 15:10 Read by James Christopher
In the Darkness of the Night 13:58 Read by James Christopher
On the Deck of the "Kincaid" 13:00 Read by James Christopher
Paulvitch Plots Revenge 19:03 Read by James Christopher
The Last of the "Kincaid" 6:59 Read by James Christopher
Jungle Island Again 17:17 Read by James Christopher
The Law of the Jungle 19:41 Read by James Christopher

Reviews

great book good reader


(5 stars)

Such a good book and the reader as well. A little buzzing in the background at first but it seemed to go away.


(5 stars)

Depressng to realize how far the action heroine had come almost a hundred years ago. We aren't much - if at all - further now. Good book, by the way, read very well!

excellent


(5 stars)

I think I enjoyed this story more then the other ones not sure but I think so it was so good and so unbelievably fun

Good


(4.5 stars)

its ok but its a little too fast and the difference in the different character voices is not very prominent

Classic ERB!


(4.5 stars)

A fun, if not a little brutal, story. The reader did a good job, I will recommend it.


(4.5 stars)

well read, but the microphone seemed to have been acting up. the voice would be clear and then echo

wo ho Yahoo


(4.5 stars)

best in the world in the world this thing is the best in the world

good book, okay read


(3.5 stars)

I like the reader's voice but the sound quality is poor and unpredictable