Thuvia, Maid of Mars


Read by Scott Merrill

(4.5 stars; 385 reviews)

In this novel the focus shifts from John Carter, Warlord of Mars, and Dejah Thoris of Helium, protagonists of the first three books in the series, to their son, Carthoris, prince of Helium, and Thuvia, princess of Ptarth. Helium and Ptarth are both prominent Barsoomian city state/empires, and both Carthoris and Thuvia were secondary characters in the previous two books. (Summary by Wikipedia)

(5 hr 20 min)

Chapters

Carthoris and Thuvia 24:01 Read by Scott Merrill
Slavery 21:25 Read by Scott Merrill
Treachery 13:09 Read by Scott Merrill
A Green Man's Captive 23:18 Read by Scott Merrill
The Fair Race 29:34 Read by Scott Merrill
The Jeddak of Lothar 19:32 Read by Scott Merrill
The Phantom Bowmen 25:30 Read by Scott Merrill
The Hall of Doom 24:27 Read by Scott Merrill
The Battle in the Plain 20:24 Read by Scott Merrill
Kar Komak, the Bowman 22:45 Read by Scott Merrill
Green Men and White Apes 25:26 Read by Scott Merrill
To Save Dusar 20:16 Read by Scott Merrill
Turjun, the Panthan 24:24 Read by Scott Merrill
Kulan Tith's Sacrifice 26:36 Read by Scott Merrill

Reviews


(3 stars)

It's a good book, but it sounds like an afterthought rather than a direct part of the series. The narrator was fine for a while and then there were a lot of mouth noises and wheezing nasal passages that were a little irritating. Overall the story was good.

Free Audio Review


(5 stars)

Let me start by saying that if you've enjoyed any of the previous "John Carter" Mars books then you'll enjoy this one just as much. It's pulp sci fi with a thrilling constant action edge that keeps you listening. Yes you might see the end coming but that doesn't make the trip any less fun. The story follows the son of John Carter as he finds, loses and then hunts down love! As with all of the other novels much that is new to the reader is introduced as the world is explored. In the previous novels there was always some new factor, new races, new location to be discovered and this story follows that pattern. Swords are drawn just as redily as rifles and everyone has a grudge to settle so the action just does not stop. As a superb bonus the reader of this audio book is excellent, and although he doesn't put on voices he does a tremendous and excellent job of reading this novel, a professional job in fact. If you want to read more of my reviews for free audio visit http://freeaudioreview.blogspot.com/

good read


(5 stars)

though written in the third person, it's quite good. it did have a few looks ends that didn't get wrapped up. but over all a good listen Reader did a good job. sometimes his voices were comical in a serious situation. but he did a good job

Philosophy and adventure


(5 stars)

This novel is a remarkable work where the adventures of the heros and heroines of Barsoom are intermingled with the philosophical discourse. This all forms great sustenance for the heart and the intellect.

good


(4 stars)

Overall a good reading. Some wheezing in later chapters. Story not quite as captivating as John Carter, but good. Story of Thuvia and Carthoris. Some plot holes...

This was not very good. The readers of the story did read well.


(1 stars)


(5 stars)

Expertly written . captivating storyline . Edgar was a true literary Genius


(5 stars)

enjoyable. just wondering why the voice switch from 1st person to 3rd.