A Fighting Man of Mars


Read by Mark Nelson

(4.8 stars; 60 reviews)

Under the double moons of Barsoom, an invisible flier sped to the mysterious city of Jahar where Sanoma Tora, the kidnapped princess of Helium had been taken. Hadron of Hastor was at the controls, hatching a rescue plan that required unusual daring and great ingenuity. For invisibility alone was not a great enough weapon against "The Death."
And should Hadron succeed, what fate would await him at the hands of the madman whose very genius had created the means of that rescue?
A FIGHTING MAN OF MARS is the exciting story of Martian adventure as transmitted by Ulysses Paxton on Mars to Edgar Rice Burroughs in Tarzana, by means of Pellucidar's Gridley Wave. - Summary by Original text (8 hr 44 min)

Chapters

FOREWORD 13:12 Read by Mark Nelson
I - SANOMA TORA 30:29 Read by Mark Nelson
II - BROUGHT DOWN 26:57 Read by Mark Nelson
III - CORNERED 29:28 Read by Mark Nelson
IV - TAVIA 27:05 Read by Mark Nelson
V - TO THE PITS 31:16 Read by Mark Nelson
VI - SENTENCED TO DIE 33:27 Read by Mark Nelson
VII - THE DEATH 38:49 Read by Mark Nelson
VIII - THE SPIDER OF GHASTA 28:44 Read by Mark Nelson
IX - PHOR TAK OF JHAMA 30:33 Read by Mark Nelson
X - THE FLYING DEATH 24:43 Read by Mark Nelson
XI - "LET THE FIRE BE HOT!" 28:02 Read by Mark Nelson
XII - THE CLOAK OF INVISIBILITY 34:04 Read by Mark Nelson
XIII - TUL AXTAR'S WOMEN 26:20 Read by Mark Nelson
XIV - THE CANNIBALS OF U-GOR 30:47 Read by Mark Nelson
XV - THE BATTLE OF JAHAR 39:05 Read by Mark Nelson
XVI - DESPAIR 35:14 Read by Mark Nelson
XVII - I FIND A PRINCESS 15:51 Read by Mark Nelson

Reviews

Excellent!


(5 stars)

Loved the story and the Narrator is the best. I hope he plans to read the rest of this series!

Nicely read


(5 stars)

As is usual for Edgar Rice Burroughs the writing is (quite) a bit over the top. A rip roaring fun listen.

good book great reader


(4 stars)

Very interesting story. ERB never ceases to amaze me with all the crazy stuff he comes up with.


(5 stars)

An Exciting and Fast Paced read from the John Carter of Mars Books. Mark Nelson was Excellent