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The Return of Tarzan

Gelesen von Ralph Snelson

(4,69 Sterne; 1428 Bewertungen)

The novel picks up where Tarzan of the Apes left off. The ape man, feeling rootless in the wake of his noble sacrifice of his prospects of wedding Jane Porter, leaves America for Europe to visit his friend Paul d'Arnot. On the ship he becomes embroiled in the affairs of Countess Olga de Coude, her husband, Count Raoul de Coude, and two shady characters attempting to prey on them, Nikolas Rokoff and his henchman Alexis Paulvitch. (Summary from Wikipedia) (9 hr 11 min)

Chapters

The Affair on the Liner

19:03

Read by Ralph Snelson

Forging Bonds of Hate and ----?

21:22

Read by Ralph Snelson

What Happened in the Rue Maule

20:47

Read by Ralph Snelson

The Countess Explains

24:58

Read by Ralph Snelson

The Plot That Failed

20:51

Read by Ralph Snelson

A Duel

20:43

Read by Ralph Snelson

The Dancing Girl of Sidi Aissa

21:40

Read by Ralph Snelson

The Fight in the Desert

20:26

Read by Ralph Snelson

Numa "El Adrea"

24:07

Read by Ralph Snelson

Through the Valley of the Shadow

20:21

Read by Ralph Snelson

John Caldwell, London

21:01

Read by Ralph Snelson

Ships That Pass

21:19

Read by Ralph Snelson

The Wreck of the "Lady Alice"

30:00

Read by Ralph Snelson

Back to the Primitive

22:34

Read by Ralph Snelson

From Ape to Savage

21:59

Read by Ralph Snelson

The Ivory Raiders

19:22

Read by Ralph Snelson

The White Chief of the Waziri

21:45

Read by Ralph Snelson

The Lottery of Death

25:08

Read by Ralph Snelson

The City of Gold

19:13

Read by Ralph Snelson

La

20:00

Read by Ralph Snelson

The Castaways

22:11

Read by Ralph Snelson

The Treasure Vaults of Opar

21:27

Read by Ralph Snelson

The Fifty Frightful Men

19:16

Read by Ralph Snelson

How Tarzan Came Again to Opar

18:52

Read by Ralph Snelson

Through the Forest Primeval

21:18

Read by Ralph Snelson

The Passing of the Ape-Man

11:23

Read by Ralph Snelson

Bewertungen

Jenni J

(5 Sterne)

I immediatly followed-up Tarzan of the Apes w this reading of The Return of Tarzan. What an adventure! Anything goes in this book. I like to imagine ERB having a loyal following who waited anxiously for his next installment when originally released. Our reader rose to the challange of a very diverse character list. I hope you will enjoy this also.

Unbelievably fantastic story!

(5 Sterne)

What an amazing tale of non-stop adventure and intense excitement! and surprising laugh out loud moments of humor! Edgar Rice Burroughs is an amazing author and I am loving the Tarzan series and the narrator Ralph who reads many of his books is fantastic also.

WONDERFUL!

(5 Sterne)

What a great read by Mr Snelson. He brought the story alive with real passion and love. One of Burrroughs best Tarzan's, if not the best. A must listen for all Tarzan fans.

A Simple Warning (and a compliment)

(4,5 Sterne)

It is a magnificent tale, surely, although it may not be as good as the first Tarzan novel... but do not expect an animated Disney adaptation! There is racism. There is violence. But there is also a touch of the olden times that is not quite captured in any Disney adaptation. The reader is good, not the best I've heard, but far from the worst!

Worthy sequel that continues the story of the original novel!

(4 Sterne)

The reader does quite well when considering the immense task of voicing a number of male and female humans in addition to the native jungle inhabitants. Burroughs's story can make you wonder at times which is more brutal, the law of nature as practiced in the jungle, or the corruption of the human psyche that is inherent in the rise of "civilization."

Lazy 96

(5 Sterne)

I love Ralph j Nelson voice and the way he reads. He never seems to miss a beat and hesitate while he is reading. This is a skill that is lacking in a lot volunteer readers. I very much appreciate their taking the time and I am not complaining but it is so much more enjoyable to listen to Nelson. Thanks again for your time.

A classic

(4,5 Sterne)

I was surprised how much I enjoyed this book. I grew up on the old Tarzan series as a kid; this isn't the Tarzan I grew up with. This story is a little more "gritty" and Tarzan's character is a little more"wild" & "dark". R J Snelson is an excellent reader. he made the story even more enjoyable. Thank you Mr Snelson

Epic Tarzan Novel

(5 Sterne)

This book combines all of the attributes one loves about this character. His wit and wisdom, humor and logic, strength and restraint. The life he made for himself throughout, shows a depth of imaginings displayed by Boroughs that barely touches the corner, of what's to come. It's Boroughs, Tarzan and Jane, in their prime.