A Princess of Mars (Version 4)


Read by Terry Kroenung

(4.7 stars; 31 reviews)

A Confederate soldier travels to Mars and is embroiled in its politics and wars, becoming a great swordsman and hero. - Summary by Terry Kroenung (5 hr 36 min)

Chapters

Foreword 6:19 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 1 - On the Arizona hills 13:10 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 2 - The escape of the dead 9:00 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 3 - My advent on Mars 13:02 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 4 - A prisoner 11:05 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 5 - I elude my watchdog 8:08 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 6 - A fight that won friends 7:55 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 7 - Child-raising on Mars 10:00 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 8 - A fair captive from the sky 10:07 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 9 - I learn the language 7:15 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 10 - Champion and chief 17:17 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 11 - With Dejah Thoris 12:00 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 12 - A prisoner with power 9:54 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 13 - Love-making on Mars 11:17 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 14 - A duel to the death 15:42 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 15 - Sola tells me her story 15:25 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 16 - We plan escape 17:42 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 17 - A costly recapture 14:55 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 18 - Chained in Warhoon 7:58 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 19 - Battling in the arena 9:04 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 20 - In the atmosphere factory 16:20 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 21 - An air scout for Zodanga 16:49 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 22 - I find Dejah 17:06 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 23 - Lost in the Sky 10:51 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 24 - Tars Tarkas finds a friend 13:39 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 25 - The looting of Zodanga 9:20 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 26 - Through carnage to joy 11:26 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 27 - From joy to death 9:22 Read by Terry Kroenung
Chapter 28 - At the Arizona cave 3:53 Read by Terry Kroenung

Reviews

Adventures in Space


(5 stars)

I've liked Edgar Rice Burroughs science fiction in space more than his "land that time forgot", or the time machine. John Carter is a great heroic character, one of the best.

Beautifully read, professionally recorded


(5 stars)

A superb reading of this classic adventure - excellent diction, well modulated, great recording quality. Thank you!


(5 stars)

Very good. Well read. Thank you