The Warlord of Mars
Publish date: February 1st 2001
Publisher: Tantor Media
Edition language: English
Series: Barsoom (#3)
After his wife Dejah Thoris was trapped in the Temple of the Sun at the end of book 2, John Carter tries to find a way to rescue her.He ends up going all over Mars, finding friends and killing enemies along the way.No real surprises in this book. Carter goes from one situation to the next, managing ...
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 fro...
I read "A Princess of Mars" because they're making a movie; I read the second book (Gods of Mars) because I was interested in the series. I think I read "The Warlord of Mars" because it was free and I had it on my Nook ereader -- it's not quite up to the standard of the first two. The Warlord of Mar...
I thought that this book was just exhausting. I'm tired of John Carter being pompous, racist, sexist, dim, self righteous, egocentric, and war hungry. I'm tired of spending book after book starting war after war over Dejah Thoris who has fallen into the 'damsel in distress' ditch. I'm tired of knowi...
This series is very exciting. It's sad that books aren't written quite like this anymore. John carter is a adventuring, fighting somebody!
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