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The Warlord of Mars By Edgar Rice Burroughs John Bolen The Warlord of Mars John Carter risks everything to rescue his wife Princess Dejah Thoris from the clutches of his evil adversaries but he is always just one step behind His battles cover the face of the red planet a

  • Title: The Warlord of Mars
  • Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs John Bolen
  • ISBN: 9781400130221
  • Page: 363
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  • The Warlord of Mars By Edgar Rice Burroughs John Bolen John Carter risks everything to rescue his wife, Princess Dejah Thoris, from the clutches of his evil adversaries, but he is always just one step behind His battles cover the face of the red planet, as his quest carries him ultimately to the mysterious northern pole Will this civilization, submerged in ice, prove fatal to our hero This is the third of eleven in the popuJohn Carter risks everything to rescue his wife, Princess Dejah Thoris, from the clutches of his evil adversaries, but he is always just one step behind His battles cover the face of the red planet, as his quest carries him ultimately to the mysterious northern pole Will this civilization, submerged in ice, prove fatal to our hero This is the third of eleven in the popular Martian series by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
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    1. mark monday on said:

      More hectic adventures for John Carter on Mars Barsoom He jumps right back into the action, immediately following the crazed cliffhanger of the preceding Gods of Mars He s going to save his wife and mother of his son Dejah Thoris and her new bff Thuvia come hell or high water He s no wimpy regular sorta guy, he s the greatest warrior of two worlds He s going to hop all over Mars with his super powered leaps, wearing nothing but his skin Pity the fool that gets in his way He won t take no for an [...]

    2. Matthew on said:

      I have enjoyed this series, and I am going to tell you what I specifically like about this series as a whole It feels like classic kinda cheesy serial sci fi I picture the main characters in outlandish costumes fighting rubbery monsters while the rocky landscape shakes when they bump it When they are flying, I can see the strings holding up the little spacecraft model while it is manipulated in a jerky fashion for long shots I picture scantily clad space Queens with too much makeup swooning as t [...]

    3. DNF with Jack Mack on said:

      Cliff clinging adventure As should be, the end of the trilogy is the best of three, fulfilling the rising action The Fountainhead Prime of so much, yet ignored by so many the incomparable John Carter of Barsoom If only the people of earth were such as these.

    4. Sandy on said:

      The Warlord of Mars 1914 is the 3rd of ll John Carter novels from the pen of Edgar Rice Burroughs It is a direct continuation of the first two in the series A Princess of Mars and The Gods of Mars and a reading of those earlier titles is absolutely essential before going into this one Here, Carter tries to rescue his princess, Dejah Thoris, from the clutches of some particularly nasty villains In his relentless pursuit, one that makes Indiana Jones look like a slacker, Carter travels from the so [...]

    5. Richard Guion on said:

      A rousing end to the first Martian trilogy featuring John Carter Burroughs does a good job of opening up new Martian territory with each tale, and this one explores the uncharted North Pole While I loved the first novel, liked the second one, this third novel is a bit of a problem in certain aspects One is the fact that Dejah Thoris, John Carter s wife, is primary in the role of the MacGuffin for books 2 3 I appreciated her strong headed sensibility in the first novel I suppose I came to this ma [...]

    6. James on said:

      Continuing the series with the third of Burroughs s pulp science fiction romance novels, Warlord of Mars follows on immediately from The Gods of Mars Having torn down the Martian s false religion, and rescuing several damsels in distress, he is rewarded by one of them dragging his beloved Dejah Thoris into a revolving dungeon that not only happens to be open at just that time, but also doesn t open again for a whole Martian year all because he wouldn t return her affections Talk about being a ba [...]

    7. Jared Millet on said:

      2012 John Carter re read, part 3 With Warlord of Mars the original John Carter trilogy concludes In this volume, Burroughs discards the complexity, intrigue, and world building that made Gods of Mars stand out in favor of a straightforward, rip roaring action novel From the beginning, John Carter is cut off from all of his friends and allies as he and his faithful Mars dog Woola set out in pursuit of Dejah Thoris, now in the clutches of the few remaining villains left over from the previous book [...]

    8. Ron on said:

      Too close a scrutiny of my mental activities might prove anything but flattering, said John Carter If any trait exceeds his partial prowess it must be his impulse to combat Time and again throughout the Barsoom chronicles Carter rushes to fight for freedom, for the love of his life, for his friends, or just for the fun of a good fight.Burroughs has, perhaps, descended to the level of Saturday afternoon matinee serials, but its good, clean fun And, this time he manages to finish his story.A fun r [...]

    9. Erik Graff on said:

      Just before turning eight, I got a little brother, Fin, the only sibling I grew up with Mom and Dad were lucky because I was generally bored and, so, actually wanted to spend time with him when he got old enough to toddle about and talk I read to him, but mostly I told him stories, crazy stories featuring lots of naughty things that little kids delight in like poop and farting and talking animals.Since I was into the John Carter books by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the whole Mars Barsoom thing, silly [...]

    10. Mary Catelli on said:

      Our tale picks up months after the cliffhanger ending of The Gods of Mars, with John Carter prowling for a way to get into the Temple of the Sun.He backfills how he stopped anarchy by persuading the black men to accept Xodar as jeddak, and the city of Helium, Cathoris But he s bent on the villains from last time Indeed, finding his way into the cell leads only to his knowing that all three of the women were taken out by his enemies though for Phaidor he need not fear.The tale involves getting ab [...]

    11. Leah on said:

      Great fun All the books are fundamentally the same but each one has new twists of imagination and John Carter s feats grow ridiculous amazing every time Silly they may be, but they keep me turning the pages and provide much chuckling along the way Will I read the next one Oh, yes, I really think I must My full, spoilerish review is over on my blogctionfanblog.wordpress

    12. Jessica on said:

      Very fun By the end of this book, John Carter has pretty much explored every inch of Mars He s a bit of a Mary Sue character a brilliant fighter and statesmen, beloved by the ladies, etc But he s a fun, honest character at the same time, and there is very real suspense about whether or not he will be reunited with his true love, the beauteous Dejah Thoris.

    13. Jim on said:

      This is NOT really book 3, it s the end of book 2 a fine way to wrap it up, too There aren t any surprises, but it is a lot of fun.

    14. Kyle Wright on said:

      John Carter returns to rescue his wife from her horrible fate In disguise, Carter infiltrates the enemy where he witnesses some sort of injustice, to which his blood boils, his natural fighting man instincts take over, and so he employs his unique fighting style which, much to his surprise and dismay, is instantly recognized by the enemy and said enemy sees through his disguise and escapes with Carter s wife in tow while Carter is busy battling other evildoers which often results in Carter being [...]

    15. Kristine on said:

      Edgar Rice Burroughs can weave a tale of excitement for sure but his characters leave much to be desired After three books, I was hoping for a bit of character development but none was forthcoming There s also a noticeable plot pattern that the three books share, which I wouldn t mind so much if it weren t for 1 The Perpetual Damsels in DistressLed by the most distress y damsel of them all, Dejah Thoris She has honor, pride, and plenty of sass but she went from likeable in book one to thoroughly [...]

    16. Mike Jensen on said:

      In some ways, this book is the mirror image of the previous book in the series, THE GODS OF MARS That had the repetitious plot of John Carter being chased by malevolent forces chapter after chapter While there were occasional rests between scenes of him fleeing, it became tedious This finally stopped well into the book when Carter came to a palace and there was intrigue This book is structured with John Carter chasing malevolent forces chapter after chapter While there are occasional rests betwe [...]

    17. Noel Coughlan on said:

      Okay This one is a bit spoilery So be warned.The villains, Matai Shang and Thurid, in this book have to be the stupidest so far Have they learned nothing from the destruction their peoples suffered in the last book Just give Dejah Thoris back to John Carter and he d stop his hunt for you from pole to pole and go back to Helium and leave you alone But no, that would be too easy.Dejah Thoris again suffers from literary laryngitis for pretty much the entire story.At this stage, the pattern is prett [...]

    18. wally on said:

      i just now finished barsoom, 2d that is a cliff hangeror a dungeon spinneror somethingole john carter is thwarted at every turn in that one his quest to be reunited with his princess of marsjahburroughsis will be the16th or so e.r.b tale for me.ns on the river issin the shadows of the forest that flanks the crimson plain by the side of the lost sea of korus in the valley dor, beneath the hurtling moons of mars, speeding their meteoric way close above the bosom of the dying planet, i crept stealt [...]

    19. An Odd1 on said:

      Justice unites all skin colors Honor triumphs over evil Strongest end up rulers, mated to most beautiful Princesses and rulers get kidnapped Girls scream and struggle, leave one clue After following wrong way nutshell proved a false prophet Had I been a woman I should have wept p 19 The Warlord of Mars is narrator John Carter, Civil War soldier from Virginia, view spoiler the final title bestowed upon hide spoiler the dator, prince of Helium mightiest warrior of Barsoom p 6 Mars, view spoiler af [...]

    20. Ruth on said:

      Edgar Rice Burroughs concluded John Carter s first cycle of adventures on Mars sometimes referred to as the Martian Trilogy with the serialized publication of The Warlord of Mars in 1913 1914 At the conclusion of the previous installment, The Gods of Mars, the future of John Carter s beloved princess Dejah Thoris was in grave doubt Having proven that the centuries old Martian worship of Issus was falsehood perpetuated by power hungry members of the Holy Therns and the First Born races, Carter se [...]

    21. Dave on said:

      The Warlord of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs picks up where The Gods of Mars left off This novel was published from December of 1913 to March of 1914 in All Story as a serial, and then published as a novel in September of 1919 Unlike A Princess of Mars , neither The Gods of Mars nor The Warlord of Mars can easily stand alone The former volume ends in a cliff hanger, and this novel relies on the reader knowing what is going on Also, it is to the benefit of the reader to start with the first in the [...]

    22. sabisteb on said:

      6 Marsmonate sind seit den Ereignissen des zweiten Bandes The Gods of Mars vergangen Dejah Thoris ist immer noch zusammen mit Phaidor der biestigen Tochter des heiligen Thern und Thuvia of Ptarth in einem Gef ngnis unter dem Tempel der Sonne eingeschlossen John Carter durchstreift w hrenddessen die W lder und schl gt die Zeit tot, bis sich die Gef ngniszelle endlich wieder ffnet, als er zuf llig Xodar sieht und ihm zu einem Treffen mit dem im Untergrund lebenden heiligen Hekkador Matai Shang ver [...]

    23. Perry Whitford on said:

      As jarring as it was to discover that Barsoom had not one but two immense communities of peoples existing at the south polar region that nobody else knew about, in this third book in the series, as John Carter continues the hunt for his princess, Deja Thoris, we find out that the north pole contains another such civilization, the yellow men of Okar.At least the white Therns and black First Born of the south pole had a religious racket going to protect them from scrutiny Those in the north pole h [...]

    24. Josh on said:

      The John Carter series by Edgar Rice Burroughs Overall I give the series four out of five stars but felt the third book was a three.At this point I can only adequately review the first three books in this series The Princess of Mars, the Gods of Mars, and the Warlord of Mars.To start off, I can tell you that John Carter is one lucky guy Everything seems to fall in place for him no matter what the dire circumstance may be I am anxious to read all of the books in the series not only to find out wh [...]

    25. Thom Swennes on said:

      Again the mysterious and feared River if Iss plunges the reader into a tale of love, war, hate and revenge Dejah Thoris and her former slave Thuvia are kidnapped and John Carter, Prince of Helium, has to come to their rescue The Warlords of Mars is the third book of the Barsoom series and lives up to its predecessors in sending the reader on a violently magical tour of the Red Planet Armies collide, princes and warlords wage an seemingly endless battle for supremacy and the prize of prizes, Deja [...]

    26. Anthony on said:

      The third book, thankfully, picks up just a few months later John Carter s enemies from Gods are seemingly defeated, but a few manage to put aside their own differences to work against him and to keep him from rescuing Dejah Thoris and Thuvia This time, the chase really is across the planet, from one civilization hidden in the southern polar ice cap to another hidden in the northern polar ice cap We re introduced to the last remaining humanoid race on the planet, the Yellow Martians There are to [...]

    27. John Tanzer on said:

      I wrote a sparklingly clever review but then lost it due to a stupid mistake So here s the short version Of the trilogy that is Princess, Gods, and Warlord, this is the least The plot doesn t add enough new to the formula The central conflict is silly a weirdly farcical chase to keep some bad guys from committing marital rape upon Dejah Thoris The lack of Tars Tarkis is disappointing The Yellow Men pale as villains compared to the ancient conspiracies of the White and Black men The very end is s [...]

    28. Mark Baker on said:

      When John Carter follows his mortal enemies Thurid and Matai Shang, he learns of a plan to free his beloved wife, Dejah Thoris, from her prison six months early But his race to beat them to the rescue turns in to a race across Mars Will John Carter ever defeat his enemies and be reunited with his wife Even written 100 years ago, this feels like a modern action movie with a science fiction setting You ve got a character overcoming overwhelming odds with a bit of ease and characters that are just [...]

    29. Christopher on said:

      The third John Carter of Mars book picks up where the cliffhanger in the second book left off This lightweight story amounts to one long chase scene, with added perils at every turn Not that that is a bad thing, necessarily It was quite fun, and Burrough s imaginative world is interesting Naturally, the stiff dialogue and poor characterization that plague the previous books continues with this one as well, and John Carter seems a bit dimmer in this episode However, if Andrew Stanton does indeed [...]

    30. Joseph on said:

      nice conclusion to the John Carter saga action packed as the two previous novels, as Carter races across Barsoom to rescue his lovely Princess of Helium Although the number of coincidences does not subside from the previous books, for me they came to be part of the ERB writing style I didn t get hung up on that at all Recommended if you like pulpy sci fi fantasy fiction.

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