|Edgar Rice Burroughs
The Beasts of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs is a captivating sequel to Tarzan of the Apes, plunging readers into a thrilling adventure as Tarzan faces his most formidable foes yet: Nikolas Rokoff and Alexis Paulvitch.
Years after leaving the African jungle, Tarzan, now known as Lord Greystoke, leads a civilized life in London with his beloved wife, Jane, and their young son, Jack. However, their tranquil existence is shattered when Rokoff and Paulvitch, driven by vengeance, kidnap Jane and Jack, leaving Tarzan stranded on a remote island.
Undeterred, Tarzan summons his primal instincts and allies with Sheeta, a cunning panther, and Akut, a mighty ape, to escape the island and embark on a perilous quest to rescue his family. As Tarzan ventures deep into the heart of the African jungle, he encounters both loyal allies and formidable enemies, including the fearless Mugambi, chief of the Wagambi tribe, and the treacherous Queen La of Opar.
With his unparalleled strength, cunning, and jungle mastery, Tarzan confronts treacherous adversaries, navigates perilous landscapes, and confronts the untamed beasts of the jungle in a relentless pursuit to reunite with his family and unleash his fierce vengeance upon those who dared to harm them.
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