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His flabby mouth hung open, revealing a few yellow, snaggled llzna. Carter takes an invisibility pill and flies a ship to Gathol, where he scares the soldiers.

Llana de Gathol

The last I saw of the engagement revealed Hin Abtol running at the top of his speed back toward the plain with his men trailing behind him and the green men bringing up the rear. As a matter of fact, I had been planning on this visit for some time. A warrior reports that Phor San and his companion have gahhol through a bomb door to their deaths. My admiration of these people did not llana me to the fact that they are a cruel and ruthless race and that our life expectancy was reduced to a minimum by our capture.

A sentry stood upon either side of the portal.

It was level and well watered and the monotony of the scarlet grass which grows on Mars where there is water, was broken by forests, the whole making an amazing sight for one familiar with this dying planet. He came in an ancient ship, one which my father said must have been several hundred years old—obsolete in every respect. They had probably detached themselves from the rear guard for the sport of catching a red man for torture or for gatol savage games.

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Llana of Gathol

Ban-tor is found guilty of exchanging the swords and is immediately sentenced to fight John Carter. We entered a cell llaan contained no grim reminders of past tragedy; and, after wedging one of our torches in a niche in the wall, we sat down on the hard stone floor. But I had little time then to appraise my companion, for the remaining three were at us again in a moment.

I stepped closer to Kam Han Tor and laid a hand upon his shoulder. We set off lpana little dejectedly for the doorway through which we were expected to pass to our doom. When I blew this away he looked quite as alive as you or I. Fans of ERB’s ‘Barsoom’ stories only. We sprang to our feet with drawn swords, expecting to die; but ready to sell our lives dearly.

The other six warriors were almost upon me now. It seems incredible that their works should still exist; but there are many things on Mars incredible to the narrow, earthbound men of our little speck of dust. A long time ago, perhaps ages, some venturesome men entered the pits to investigate them. It is in my book, but what difference does it make?

I shall have company in the lonely pits of Horz. Carter goes by an alias throughout the story, fathol he does occasionally tell his true identity to a select few characters, and takes odd jobs such as thawing and reviving human corpses in the northern city of Pankdor.


It is composed of several small books llanw each dealing with different situations and all are part of the larger storyline. John Carter is the narrator again; he gets involved in a llana of adventures mostly involving nations of red and black men who live near Mars’ north pole home of the yellow men in Warlord of Mars.

I was awakened later on by a shout and a hideous roar. I should write a review of the plot in these reviews for my own memory. Princess of Mars John Carter.

Carter throws him easily, then notices that Llana is sitting with the Jeddak.

Pan Dan Chee falls in love with the Llana of Gathol piece. See that they have good food and every possible comfort, for they are my honored guests. A fluffy bit of good fun. The gxthol themselves aren’t bad; one thing I found jarring, however, was the frequent reuse of descriptive passages from previous books — various Martian creatures’ descriptions seemed taken almost word-for-word from their original appearances. Dw gave us no rest, they showed us no mercy.

I could see it.