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Most everything I thought I knew about Tarzan turns out to be incomplete or wrong. Saturday morning television and old television serials don't capture half of it. I really enjoyed Tarzan of the Apes and enjoyed seeing the changes and compromises Burroughs made in the sequel to make it a popular hit. John's narration was well done and I have no real complaint, but he would not have been my choice for this tale about the most manly of men. Very glad I took a chance on this book.
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Tarzan is like an old friend to me. it was a pleasure to reaquaint myself with him in my first audio book.
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The first book was everything you thought it would be. I was stunned at the ending. I had to know more!
The narrator does a good job except you could say he does a female voice too well in the fact he successfully portrayed them as the air heads they were expected to be. There is a good time commentary at the end of the Duology that expresses the reasons why Edgar wrote what he did and how it came about portrayed the way it was. That goes for roughly 8/10mins. It is a wonderful book and the only Tarzan movie to come close is the 2016 Legend of Tarzan. Though that still underplays Tarzan's true dominating character. Well worth the price.