Pirates of Venus

By Edgar Rice Burroughs; F. Paul Wilson | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
Introduction, vii
Map, xiv
1 Carson Napier, 1
2 Off for Mars, 11
3 Rushing toward Venus, 21
4 To the House of the King, 36
5 The Girl in the Garden, 46
6 Gathering Tarel, 59
7 By Kamlot's Grave, 73
8 On Board the Sofal, 84
9 Soldiers of Liberty, 94
10 Mutiny, 103
11 Duare, 114
12 “A Ship!”, 124
13 Catastrophe, 135
14 Storm, 146
In Defense of Carson Napier, 165
Glossary, 171

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  • Contents *
  • Introduction *
  • Chapter One - Carson Napier *
  • Chapter Two - Off for Mars *
  • Chapter Three - Rushing Toward Venus *
  • Chapter Four - To the House of the King *
  • Chapter Five - The Girl in the Garden *
  • Chapter Six - Gathering Tarel *
  • Chapter Seven - By Kamlot's Grave *
  • Chapter Eight - On Board the Sofal *
  • Chapter Nine - Soldiers of Liberty *
  • Chapter Ten - Mutiny *
  • Chapter Eleven - Duare *
  • Chapter Twelve - “a Ship!” *
  • Chapter Thirteen - Catastrophe *
  • Chapter Fourteen - Storm *
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