By Edgar Rice Burroughs
Set within the past due 1800’s, a damaged veteran of the Civil struggle named John Carter stumbles upon an old artifact that teleports him to the planet Barsoom! as soon as there, he quick realizes what the natives name Barsoom is what he understands because the planet Mars, and that his merely method house is associated with a vicious civil battle tearing the planet’s population aside. With simply his more advantageous energy and fierce spirit, John Carter might want to defeat the planet’s warlords to be able to carry peace to this unusual international.
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The Collected John Carter of Mars (Volume 1) by Edgar Rice Burroughs