↠ Thuvia, Maid of Mars / The Chessmen of Mars || ✓ PDF Read by ↠ Edgar Rice Burroughs Frank Frazetta

By Edgar Rice Burroughs Frank Frazetta | Comments: ( 849 ) | Date: ( Jan 25, 2020 )

This volume contains novels 4 and 5 of the series Thuvia, Maid of Mars The Chessmen of Mars It also contains the Glossary of Names and Terms in the Martian Books Mars Barsoom stories is a saga of 11 novels, picturing a dying Mars a vision first expressed by writers like Camille Flammarion , but vastly populated by all kinds of creatures John Carter in the late 1800s iThis volume contains novels 4 and 5 of the series Thuvia, Maid of Mars The Chessmen of Mars It also contains the Glossary of Names and Terms in the Martian Books Mars Barsoom stories is a saga of 11 novels, picturing a dying Mars a vision first expressed by writers like Camille Flammarion , but vastly populated by all kinds of creatures John Carter in the late 1800s is mysteriously transported from Earth to a Mars suffering from dwindling resources The series has been cited by many well known science fiction writers as having inspired and motivated them in their youth, as well as by key scientists involved in both space exploration and the search for extraterrestrial life Many writers have adapted elements of the books in books, television and movies, like the 2012 Disney megaproduction John Carter.


  • Title: Thuvia, Maid of Mars / The Chessmen of Mars
  • Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs Frank Frazetta
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Hardcover

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Edgar Rice Burroughs Frank Frazetta

Edgar Rice Burroughs was an American author, best known for his creation of the jungle hero Tarzan and the heroic John Carter, although he produced works in many genres.



Comments Thuvia, Maid of Mars / The Chessmen of Mars

  • Guy Gonzalez

    More pulpy fun from Burroughs, this time featuring John Carter's son and daughter. Both stories follow the multiple cliffhangers / damsel in distress / Sword and Planet genre formula of his original Carter tales, but while Thuvia, Maid of Mars feels a bit like another John Carter tale (featuring his half-Martian son, Carthoris), The Chessmen of Mars is by far the superior of the two, and arguably the best of the five I've read so far.In Chessmen, the damsel in distress (Carter's half-Martian dau [...]


  • Tex-49

    Conferma l'impressione il gradimento dei precedenti volumi: Avvincente e ancora leggibile anche se penalizzato dal fatto di essere stato scritto più di cento anni fa. L'avventura ha la preminenza sulla fantascienza, lo svolgersi degli eventi sull'approfondimento dei personaggi; notevole inventiva narrativa, specialmente per quanto riguarda le varie razze di Barsoom.


  • Lindsay Stares

    Premise: Books 4 and 5 of the Barsoom Series, following Warlord of Mars. John Carter has built an alliance over much of Mars, but there are still plenty of dangers to challenge the younger generation. These are the further adventures of the children of John Carter and Dejah Thoris. Yes, these books are dated and silly and really repetitive, but I love them anyway.I enjoyed Thuvia, Maid of Mars, which follows Cathoris (John Carter’s son) and Thuvia of Ptarth. Others try to keep them apart, and [...]


  • Tony Santo

    One of the weakest in the series of ERB's "A Princess of Mars" chronicles, this book is written with less intensity and sophistication than Burroughs' other entries in the series. Mind you, that doesn't make it a bad book. A weak ERB novel is still pretty damn good; it just doesn't reach the bench mark I've come to expect from the his other Mars tales. Thuvia, introduced in a previous book, gets all the attention in an all too familiar plot, as she falls victim to a kidnapping that threatens to [...]


  • Chris

    I thoroughly enjoyed these 2 tales of heroics on the planet Mars. I was worried that shifting the focus away from John Carter would diminish the excitement, but Burroughs had a talent for telling essentially the same story over and over, yet making it feel like a new adventure every time. I am still in awe by the forward thinking he put into these space age tales as he wrote them in the early 1900s. I tracked down the remaining six(!) novels of Barsoom and can't wait to revisit the dying world o [...]


  • Aries

    Nel secondo volume del ciclo di Marte tornano John Carter e la sua sposa, assieme a nuovi personaggi (figli inclusi).La protagonista assoluta è però l'avventura, oltre alla geniale fantasia di Burroughs.Nel secondo volume del ciclo di Marte tornano John Carter e la sua sposa, assieme a nuovi personaggi (figli inclusi).La protagonista assoluta è però l'avventura, oltre alla geniale fantasia di Burroughs.


  • Ting

    A must for all sci-fi fans. Burroughs captures all the romance and adventure you would expect from a pulp writer, a really talented pulp writer. Chock full of plot twists, heroic exploits and derring-do, strange martian species, damsels in distress and incredibly brave, chivalrous, and masculine heroes. A page-turner and I loved every minute of it!


  • Michael

    Out of the two stories in this one book, the better one was "The Chessmen of Mars"long live Ghek!


  • Jack Teague

    Barsoom,ERB,John Carter


  • Eric

    The Chessman of Mars is a better story then Thuvia, Maid of Mars.


  • Rob Hilton

    Thuvia, Maid of Mars & the Chessmen of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs (1972)


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