Why has this classic been so popular over the years with its presence in films, books, radio, and television? It is the mythology of the primordial steps of man's advancement. We follow the fascinating progress of mankind from the savage jungle to our present time in every one of Burroughs' 28 chapters. David Ian Davies has achieved great success in capturing each character with their own unique sound. This removes the overall effect of just listening to a narration, but takes us to a more realistic imagery similar to hearing a full-cast performance.More
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As enthralling as ever
- Cornish Jan
A real ripping yarn! Well worth a listen!
The story is fabulous, and one that I had not read, although I saw the films when I was a child. More details in the book than in the films. If you can get over the old fashioned attitudes to non-white people then you will be Ok. I suppose this was how "foreigners " were regarded when the book was written .
Tarzan. A very vulnerable but likeable person.
He brought it to life..
No, but I was infuriated with the father of "Jane" ..and his pomposity. I think we were supposed to be, so it worked!