A Fighting Man of Mars: (Edgar Rice Burroughs John Carter Barsoom Book 7 Masterpiece Collection)

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"Unless he is as marvelous a swordsman as the great John Carter himself," said the dwar of the palace guard with a thinly veiled sneer.

"It is all a plot," cried Sil Vagis. "Do you take the word of a slave,
Tor Hatan, against that of a noble of Helium?"

"I rely on the testimony of my eyes and my senses," replied the odwar,
and he turned his back upon Sil Vagis and again addressed the slave.
"Didst thou recognize any of those who abducted Sanoma...

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"Unless he is as marvelous a swordsman as the great John Carter himself," said the dwar of the palace guard with a thinly veiled sneer.

"It is all a plot," cried Sil Vagis. "Do you take the word of a slave,
Tor Hatan, against that of a noble of Helium?"

"I rely on the testimony of my eyes and my senses," replied the odwar,
and he turned his back upon Sil Vagis and again addressed the slave.
"Didst thou recognize any of those who abducted Sanoma Tora," he demanded, "or note their harness or their metal?"

"I got no good look at the face of any of them, but I did see the harness and the metal of him whom I tried to drag from the flier."

"Was it the metal of Hastor?" asked Tor Hatan.

"By my first ancestor, it was not," replied the slave emphatically;
"nor was it the metal of any other city of the Empire of Helium. The design and the insignia were unknown to me, and yet there was a certain familiarity about them that tantalizes me. I feel that I have seen them before, but when and where I cannot recall. In the service of my jed I
fought invaders from many lands and it may be that upon some of these I
saw similar metal many years ago."

"Are you satisfied, Tor Hatan," I demanded, "that the aspersions cast upon me by Sil Vagis are without foundation?"

"Yes, Hadron of Hastor," replied the odwar.

"Then with your leave, I shall depart," I said.

"Where are you going?" he asked.

"To find Sanoma Tora," I replied.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781499278040
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/26/2014
  • Pages: 170
  • Sales rank: 683,007
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.36 (d)

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  • Posted July 14, 2012

    I read all ten Mars books when a teenager (there is an 11th by a

    I read all ten Mars books when a teenager (there is an 11th by a different author) and thought I would recapture the escape from reality. You should read the 1st book, "Princess of Mars" so the others will make sense. I would read them in order but if that is too much escapism for you I recommend this (the 7th) and the one that precedes it, "The Master Mind of Mars." It is all about being noble when all those around you are up to no good and your civilization is collapsing. Sound familiar? Time to take a trip to Mars.

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