Venus (4 Bücher)

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The Venus Series by Edgar Rice Burroughs is a science fiction series consisting of four novels and one novelette. Most of the stories were first serialized in Argosy, an American pulp magazine. It is sometimes known as the Carson Napier of Venus Series, after their fictional main character, Carson Napier. The novels, part of the Sword and Planet subgenre of science fiction, follow earthman Napier's… (mehr)

 

Carson of Venus

Venus #3

von Edgar Rice Burroughs

Carson of Venus is the third book in the Venus series (Sometimes called the "Carson Napier of Venus series") by Edgar Rice Burroughs. It was serialized in Argosy in 1938 and published in book form a year later....

Escape on Venus

Venus #4

von Edgar Rice Burroughs

Escape on Venus is the fourth book in the Venus series (Sometimes called the "Carson Napier of Venus series") by Edgar Rice Burroughs. It consists of four interconnected stories published in Fantasic Adventures...

Lost on Venus

Venus #2

von Edgar Rice Burroughs

Carson Napier begins this episode in the Room of the Seven Doors. He can leave any time he wants, but six of the seven doors lead to hideous deaths; only one is the door of life. After navigating his way out...

Pirates of Venus

Venus #1

von Edgar Rice Burroughs

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...

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ionakani
ionakani
Donnerstag, 20. November 2008, 06:57 Uhr

Burroughs, a extremely creative author, can create an amazing story then butcher it with extreme jargon. Nevertheless these books are a good read!


xavier
xavier
Freitag, 18. April 2008, 00:20 Uhr

These Books where Great! I stopped reading the series on book 3 because I could never Find the last book. Thanks to the internet and folks at FeedBooks and Project Gutenberg the classics can be restored