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The shimmering cloud covered planet of Venus conceals a wondrous secret the strikingly beautiful yet deadly world of Amtor In Amtor cities of immortal beings flourish in giant trees reaching thousands of feet into the sky; ferocious beasts stalk the wilderness below; rare flashes of sunlight precipitate devastating storms; and the inhabitants believe their world is saucer shape. The plot is vintage cliché Burroughs stalwart Earthman finds himself alone on an alien world rescues a beautiful princess wins her love and becomes the ruler of a mighty empire Although there is nothing new in the plot ERB at his best has a way of writing a tale that just zings along from adventure to adventure in a very enjoyable way making for fast fun escapist reading This is the literary euivalent of comfort food

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Pirates of Venus 1D with a fiery center and an icy rim Stranded on Amtor after his spaceship crashes astronaut Carson Napier is swept into a world where revolution is ripe the love of a princess carries a dear price and death can come as easily from the blade of a sword as from the ray of a futuristic gun   Pirates of Venus is the exciting inaugural volume in the last series imagined and penned. I have the Ace edition of this Carson Napier the hero is no John Carter but the Venus series is fun and inventive This is the first in the series but ends rather abruptly and you need to go immediately to the next Lost on Venus to get closureStill you've gotta love ERB's endless inventive imagination

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review Pirates of Venus 1 Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB Ù The shimmering cloud covered planet of Venus conceals a wondrous secret the strikingly beautiful yet deadly world of Amtor In Amtor cities of immortal beings flourish in giant trees reaching thousands of feet into the sky; ferocious beasts stalk the wilderness below; rare flashes ofBy Edgar Rice Burroughs This commemorative edition features new illustrations by Thomas Floyd the original frontispiece by J Allen St John an afterword by Phillip Burger a glossary of Amtor terms by Scott Tracy Griffin a map of Amtor drawn by Edgar Rice Burroughs that appeared in the first edition and an introduction by acclaimed science fiction and horror novelist F Paul Wils. In our uest to conuer the science fiction classics we ended up needing to read two books from Edgar Rice Burroughs The first was Princess of Mars the second was Pirates of Venus Princess of Mars was rip roaring dimestore fun that made you grin the entire time you were reading it Pirates of Venus was notFull review up later