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Tanar of Pellucidar (1929)

af Edgar Rice Burroughs

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This third installment in the classic Pellucidar series returns to the exotic and savage land at the center of the Earth. Led by the American explorer David Innes, the human communities have finally overthrown Pellucidar's slave masters, the dreaded Mahars. The peace, however, is temporary, and the Pellucidarian Empire is faced with a new menace, the deadly Korsar pirates. In the ensuing battle many warriors are lost and one of the most courageous, Tanar of Sari, is captured.   Tanar's captors take him to the horrifying realm of the Buried People of Amiocap and ultimately to the Korsars' dreaded dungeons. He endures these terrors because he knows he must escape. He must return to the empire at all costs and alert the people of the newly won empire of the tragedy that has befallen them--David Innes has been captured by the Korsars. Paul Cook provides an introduction for this Bison Books edition.… (mere)
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"Tanar of Pellucidar" is the third of the seven Pellucidar novels by Burroughs. It was written many years (in fact decades) after the first two books and thus it is clear that Burroughs originally intended the Pellucidar series to only consist of two books. Pellucidar is Burroughs' inner-earth world, five hundred miles inside the earth's crust, where there is a perpetual noon-day sun and the land area is much greater than the outer earth's atmosphere. Men in the inner-earth are at the cavemen level except for those who David Innes and Perry enlightened with information they brought back in the prospector. The empire they constructed having rid themselves of the Mahars has progressed in relative peace for many years, but for the advent of someone else who has come from the outer crust and its no one you would suspect. Apparently, hundreds of years earlier, mighty pirates by accident sailed into the inner earth through a polar opening and never found their way out again. They set up a pirate or Korsair kingdom on a distant continent and loot and riot wherever they go.

In a raid upon the shoreline of the Empire, Ghak's son, Tanar, is seized among with many others and taken to Korsair City, where Tanar falls for the daughter of the Cid, the king of the pirates and must escape or rot in prison for life, knowing that the Korsairs are bent on taking on the Empire. It is yet another fabulous Burroughs adventure and written and plotted quite brilliantly. The advent of the Korsairs - a power to rival the Empire set up by Innes and Perry - is totally unexpected and simply brilliant on Burroughs' part. Who would have thought a pirate ship would be sailing upon the oceans of Pellucidar?
Highly recommended. Terrific adventure story. ( )
  DaveWilde | Sep 22, 2017 |
instead of david innes and queen diann, the two in this book are tanar and stelluva (sp). they are cqptured by the Korsairs (big, burly, whiskered men who look a lot like Vikings). A storm comes up and sets them free and they go to Stelluva's people. Then they are fighting Korsairs again, captured, then escape; fighting, capture, escape. Finally a happy ending wrapup in three pages. David Innes is there, but he is in the back, back, background. On the last page, he is in a pitch black, smelly, concrete room with a bunch of snakes. Of course, the next book will rescue him. I've read three of these in a row and it's getting old. Think I'll take a break. ( )
1 stem andyray | Mar 15, 2008 |
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This third installment in the classic Pellucidar series returns to the exotic and savage land at the center of the Earth. Led by the American explorer David Innes, the human communities have finally overthrown Pellucidar's slave masters, the dreaded Mahars. The peace, however, is temporary, and the Pellucidarian Empire is faced with a new menace, the deadly Korsar pirates. In the ensuing battle many warriors are lost and one of the most courageous, Tanar of Sari, is captured.   Tanar's captors take him to the horrifying realm of the Buried People of Amiocap and ultimately to the Korsars' dreaded dungeons. He endures these terrors because he knows he must escape. He must return to the empire at all costs and alert the people of the newly won empire of the tragedy that has befallen them--David Innes has been captured by the Korsars. Paul Cook provides an introduction for this Bison Books edition.

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