The People that Time Forgot

Read by Ralph Snelson

(4.5 stars; 687 reviews)

The People that Time Forgot is a science fiction novel, the second of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Caspak trilogy. The first novel ended with the hero writing a manuscript of his adventures and casting it out to sea in his thermos bottle. The second novel begins with the finding of the manuscript and the organization of a rescue expedition. (Adapted from Wikipedia)

(3 hr 49 min)


1 - Chapter 1 17:12 Read by Ralph Snelson
2 - Chapter 2 44:36 Read by Ralph Snelson
3 - Chapter 3 41:19 Read by Ralph Snelson
4 - Chapter 4 18:44 Read by Ralph Snelson
5 - Chapter 5 41:38 Read by Ralph Snelson
6 - Chapter 6 27:26 Read by Ralph Snelson
7 - Chapter 7 38:05 Read by Ralph Snelson


Really great story

(5 stars)

All of the story's are great I've been through 150 audio books from audible & podiobooks .com. Now I've moved to the classics, Edgar rice Burough sp? is really good, I guess that's why they call them classics, his books fit right in with modern authors & don't feel written in the early 1900s. I'm especially enjoying this series. Thanks to Libervox & all the great volunteers & readers, thank you so much. Keep up the great work.

Excellent follow up

(5 stars)

More superb reading and writing here. ERB quickly has become a favorite writer of mine. His stories are a great escape and I wish more men & women would have the same character traits as his protagonists.

Very Good!

(5 stars)

I really enjoy Ralph's voice telling the story. It makes it feel like a Grandpa telling a story. My Grandpa used to tell fantastic tales and this totally fits.


(4.5 stars)

An imaginative look at evolution, although the source of the lowest caste is not fully explained. The reader did as fine a job as on the first book.

good story

(4.5 stars)

Good continous to a good story well read by Ralph Snelson well worth a listen. Thanks Librivox and Ralph I enjoyed it alot.

Great trilogy!

(5 stars)

I quite enjoyed this trilogy, a modern (2017) mini series of all three books would be great!

(5 stars)

Story is almost too fantastical to be credible, but nevertheless a great story, you just heed to suspend logic to really enjoy it. The narrator has a lovely voice.

(5 stars)

With the exception of not being able to get the image of Patrick Wayne as Tom out of my head, I thoroughly enjoyed this romp.