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by Scott Alexander Young,Edgar Rice Burroughs,K.L. Jones

eBook The Land That Time Forgot: The Graphic Novel (Campfire Graphic Novels) download ISBN: 9380028385
Author: Scott Alexander Young,Edgar Rice Burroughs,K.L. Jones
Publisher: Campfire (January 4, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 72
ePub: 1449 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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Edgar Rice Burroughs was born in Chicago in 1875

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Edgar Rice Burroughs was born in Chicago in 1875. He took inspiration for many of his stories from the classical mythology and literature he studied in his youth, and from the time he spent at an Idaho ranch set up by his brothers. The story goes that, while proof reading an advertisement for pencil sharpeners in a pulp magazine, inspiration struck. Looking through various magazines, with their tall tales of adventure, he was motivated to write a fantasy story himself.

The Land That Time Forgot is a fantasy novel by American writer Edgar Rice Burroughs, the first of his Caspak trilogy. His working title for the story was "The Lost U-Boat. The sequence was first published in Blue Book Magazine as a three-part serial in the issues for September, October and November 1918. The complete trilogy was later combined for publication in book form under the title of the first part by A. C. McClurg in June 1924.

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Edgar Rice Burroughs; Scott Alexander Young; K L Jones. Bowen, our young hero, could never have imagined the adventures he'd be forced to embark upon when he arrived on the inhospitable coast of Caspak and set up camp there

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The Land That Time Forgot. Edgar Rice Burroughs. Pellucidar is a 1915 fantasy novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the second in his series about the fictional "hollow earth" land of Pellucidar. Starting out as a harrowing wartime sea adventure, The Land that Time Forgot ultimately develops into a lost world adventure storyStarting out as a harrowing wartime sea adventure, The Land that Time Forgot ultimately develops into a lost world adventure story. 285. Published: 1996. Part 3 of Edgar Rice Burroughs's classic fantasy trilogy in which British and German combatants are stranded in a prehistoric world of dinosaurs.

Your ship sinks, your rescuers are attacked by a hostile German U-boat built by your own family's shipyard, and your fate is inextricably tied to those of your fellow survivors and German adversaries. Then, to make matters infinitely worse, you land on a remote, prehistoric island that was assumed to be extinct!How would you survive? Who would you trust and what would you do?Bowen, our young hero, could never have imagined the adventures he'd be forced to embark upon when he arrived on the inhospitable coast of Caspak and set up camp there. He could never have fathomed having to cope in an alien landscape inhabited by dinosaurs, Neanderthals, aerial monsters and an almost unearthly flora and fauna...The Land that Time Forgot is the first book in the Caspak trilogy, written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Since 1918, this science fiction story has delighted and enthralled millions of readers and will capture your imagination, by bringing to life the wild, ferocious and dangerous island that is Caspak.
Comments: (7)
Ance
An American shipbuilder and some British sailors commandeer a German U-boat and sail it to a forgotten continent inhabited by all manner of prehistoric life.

Any devoted reader has cherished memories of those first experiences of being totally immersed in the world of a particular book. I have vivid recollections of curling up on the couch in front of the fireplace as a pre-teen with an omnibus edition of Edgar Rice Burroughs’s Caspak trilogy that I got from the Science Fiction Book Club. My recent rereading of the first book in the series was a lot of fun. I have been getting a boyish charge from a lot of the classic pulp and adventure authors recently; maybe it’s my own form of mid-life crisis. At least, it’s a lot cheaper than a sports car. Say what you will about paper-thin characterization and repetitive story structures, Burroughs has a knack for imaginative world-building and pure storytelling skill that has stood the test of time and rewards rereading.
Vuzahn
It's a pretty horrible thing to consider, but it's got to be approaching half a century since I first read Edgar Rice Burroughs' "The Land That Time Forgot." I remember liking it way back then, so I finally decided to re-read it. I'm happy to report that it's actually better than I'd remembered. Considering that the book was first published as a serial back in 1918, and that Burroughs' forte was pulp fiction, that's an amazing thing. The writing is very good and both the world and plot are interesting. The characters are a bit weak (essentially stereotypical Burroughs characters) and there are a few corny moments. But, overall, the book's a pleasure to read. So, I'm happy to rate it at a Very Good 4 stars out of 5.

The novels in Edgar Rice Burroughs' "Caspak" series are:

1. The Land That Time Forgot
2. The People That Time Forgot
3. Out of Time's Abyss
IWAS
The first ERB book I ever read was the Princess of Mars, which I absolutely enjoyed. So, I thought I'd give this book a shot and it was well worth it! Granted it doesn't have all of the space age technology and travels across the universe, but what it lacks in futuristic notions he completely makes up for in a journey to the prehistoric realm, "The Land that Time Forgot". The imagination this man has to create an entire worlds, civilizations, cultures, languages, and incorporate the sciences blows me away every time. Leaving the modern world of that time to find safety from the enemy and fuel for their submarine, a group of men and their captives maneuver their way through a deadly passage only find themselves greeted with large aggressive sea creatures, an untamed wilderness filled with man-eating beasts, and primitive people with strange ways and customs. Time is running out, and enemies must learn to work together to find a way to refuel their submarine and get enough provisions to get home. If they don't they may have to learn to live in this dangerous land or die. A great story for anyone who loves adventure and sci-fi.
Alexandra
The Land That Time Forgot is easily one of the best in Adventure/Sci-Fi one could hope to read by one of the most iconic authors of all time.

A story that lends itself well to adult readers, or as a story to read to ones children/grandchildren, The Land That Time Forgot will lead you down a path of adventure & thrills that is second to none. As is common with ERB, the story starts somewhat slow (the first chapter) while the characters are being developed, but once the "Action" starts, it is full-speed ahead.

The Land That Time forgot is the first in a 3-book series (Caspak Series):

1. The Land that Time Forgot
2. The People That Time Forgot
3. Out of Time's Abyss

Exceptional book by one of the most influential writers of all time.
Sti
Edgar Rice Burroughs' venerable science fiction classic gets the graphic novel treatment, courtesy of Campfire Classics, as adapted by Scott Young and illustrator K.L. Jones. "The Land That Time Forgot" has had several film treatments, and even if the storyline may be showing its age, it is still very entertaining.

The story opens in 1916. An American named Bowen Tyler has come to war-torn Europe to serve as an ambulance driver. His ship is torpedoed in the English Channel by a German submarine. Through a series of mishaps, the submarine and a mixed crew of German and English sailors end up off a mysterious island near Antarctica. The need for food, water and fuel prompts an investigation of the island, which turns out to be the haunt of dangerous dinosaurs and primitive men. Bowen Tyler, female companion Lys, and faithful dog Nob will have many adventures in their fight to survive "the land that time forgot."

The graphic novel captures the essentials of the story. The artwork is simple but effective in portraying the characters and the action. The story was written for an earlier time, but is still a fun read and recommended to young science fiction fans.
huckman
For a short book, it made me feel that whatever was happening, that it will never end. of the ten chapters the first five takes place in a cramped early submarine, full of enemies, and no progress. the book was a very much a drag for the first half, every day was the same stuff. this created a contrast in the second half which was extremely different every chapter. The book seemed like a totally different novel. Though it has very classic archetypes, the focus is on the novels' environments and whatever interesting sciences it proposes to the reader. I read this for the purpose of expanding the knowledge of my classical science fictions, this had a stronger sense of adventure then the science it was explaining. Though with outdated theories, it was interesting to see what people once speculated. theories like the dinosaur moved and like a kangaroo, or the common battle among the ancient line of sapiens are for life and making life.