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Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs
It was during the morning of July 6, 2137, that we entered the mouth of the Thames--to the best of my knowledge the first Western keel to cut those historic waters for two hundred and twenty-one years!
I have read all of the Tarzan books. They are very good.
on e of the greatest writers ever
Enjoyable...like most of Burroughs books
A very well written story, enjoyed from start to finish thankyou
Pretty ordinary even for the genre - could have been a good story but it seemed overly quick and uncomplicated - as I say, overall pretty disappointing.
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