Tarzan the Terrible

Tarzan the Terrible (Paperback)

By Edgar Rice Burroughs 
Publisher: General Books
Edition: Paperback
Language: English
ISBN: 0217880010
EAN: 9780217880015
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No. of Pages: 192
Publish Date: 2009-8-31
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III PAN-AT-LEE NIGHT had fallen upon uncharted Pal-ul- don. A slender moon, low in the west, bathed the white faces of the chalk cliffs presented to her, in a mellow, unearthly glow. Black were the shadows in Kor-ul-ja, Gorge-of-lions, where dwelt the tribe of the same name under Es-sat, their chief. From an aperture near the summit of the lofty escarpment a hairy figure emerged ? the head and shoulders first ? and fierce eyes scanned the cliff side in every direction. It was Es-sat, the chief. To right and left and below he looked as though to assure himself that he was unobserved, but no other figure moved upon the cliff face, nor did another hairy body protrude from any of the numerous cave mouths from the high-flung abode of the chief to the habitations of the more lowly members of the tribe nearer the cliff's base. Then he moved outward upon the sheer face of the white chalk wall. In the half-light of the baby moon it appeared that the heavy, shaggy black figure moved across the face of the perpendicular wall in some miraculous manner, but closer examination would haverevealed stout pegs, as large around as a man's wrist protruding from holes in the cliff into which they were driven. Es-sat's four handlike members and his long, sinuous tail permitted him to move with consummate ease whither he chose ? a gigantic rat upon a mighty wall. As he progressed upon his way he avoided the cave mouths, passing either above or below those that lay in his path. The outward appearance of these caves was similar. An opening from eight to as much as twenty feet long by eight high and four to six feet deep was cut into the chalklike rock of the cliff, in the back of this large opening, which formed what might be described as the front veranda of the home, was an opening about t...
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Title: Tarzan the Terrible
Publisher: General Books
Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs
Edition: Paperback
Language: English
ISBN: 0217880010
EAN: 9780217880015
No. of Units: 1
No. of Pages: 192
Publish Date: 2009-8-31
Binding: Paperback


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