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Lost on Venus Volume 2
Lost on Venus

by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Issued: April 1973
New English Library
London
SBN 450015564
Paperback
Cover illustration by Richard Clifton-Dey
192 pages

Notes
Lost on Venus, an Amtor novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Part 2 of the Venus Series.

First published as a serial in Argosy magazine in 1933 and as a complete novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. in 1935.

First issued by New English Library in 1971.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Hopeless love for the daughter of a Venusian Emperor leads Carson Napier into trackless wastes where strange and terrible beasts attack him.

At last he reaches the perfect city where science, justice and intelligence rule supreme. But across the broad river looms the dark, forbidding mass of Kormor, the city of the living dead. Here the monster king injects corpses with artificial life and they live as slaves to do his bidding.

All who are thrilled by the author's descriptions of high adventure, his imaginative interplanetary stories, will find here all the ingredients which spell Edgar Rice Burroughs at his best.

 
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