Darya of the Bronze Age PDF/EPUB ¿ Darya of PDF/EPUB

Darya of the Bronze Age❰Ebook❯ ➠ Darya of the Bronze Age Author Lin Carter – Varanus.us Under the trackless sands of the Sahara lies Zanthodon That vast subterranean realm is the final homeland of the one time masters of the world s surface great dinosaurs, mighty jungles, and the living Under the trackless sands the Bronze Epub â of the Sahara lies Zanthodon That vast subterranean realm is the final homeland of the one time masters of the world s surface great dinosaurs, mighty jungles, and the living bands of primitive peoples from Neanderthals to Ancient Minoans and even Barbary Pirates It was into the cruel hands of those feared corsairs that Eric Carstairs Darya of PDF/EPUB or beloved cave maiden, Darya the Cro Magnon princess, had fallen It was his mission to save her, as well as to keep his caveman friends and his professor guide from the innumerable dangers spawned in the unmapped wilds of the Underground World.

Darya of the Bronze Age PDF/EPUB ¿ Darya of  PDF/EPUB
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 173 pages
  • Darya of the Bronze Age
  • Lin Carter
  • English
  • 07 March 2017
  • 0879976551

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  1. says:

    Young me would have enjoyed this titillating tall tale, this me marvels at what passed for grand adventure storytelling once While heroic deeds are done and there is much sword slinging and derring do, there is also much silliness and an immense amount of authorial wish fulfillment A faux historical treatise with footnotes and faulty sciences and a mashup of eras and characters like a Heroscape game I ll not be reading any further of these adventures and I m not recommending you do either.


  2. says:

    More of the same This story is mostly about Darya and her time as a captive of the pirates Some of the things that happen or don t happen are a stretch even for fiction A quick read but oh so redundant.


  3. says:

    In the previous book, _Hurok of the Stone Age_, Carter has apparently split the narrative between the protagonists imprisoned in the secret city of Zar, and those protagonists involved in the pirate fortress city of El Cazar, where this book is the latter of these threads The story does better by ditching half the cast and telling of the other half in one consolidated block This allows him to really dig into the events and setting of El Cazar.This particular part feels like it was grafted from In the previous book, _Hurok of the Stone Age_, Carter has apparently split the narrative between the protagonists imprisoned in the secret city of Zar, and those protagonists involved in the pirate fortress city of El Cazar, where this book is the latter of these threads The story does better by ditching half the cast and telling of the other half in one consolidated block This allows him to really dig into the events and setting of El Cazar.This particular part feels like it was grafted from an aborted historical adventure novel El Cazar is an entertaining setting but has real problems with the inclusion into the inner world of Zanthodon Where does the pirate wealth come from, as well as the familiar foodstuffs How can the city support merchants when the economy is entirely dependent upon pirate raids upon Bronze and Stone Age neighbors Despite this, Carter s writing became transparent and enthusiastic enough to carry me along.Again, he solves the problems of the previous books at the cost of introducing a new one Eric Carstairs is still the nominal first person narrator of the story, and while he admits to reconstructing the events where he was not present ignore for the moment events where he could never have received detailed information after the fact the new snags for this book are losing the introductory page framing it as the found narrative of Eric Carstairs, and immediately launching into the story where Eric Carstairs is not personally present So it feels like a third person narrative except for some occasional first person pronouns in reference to an unknown speaker Carter later establishes that there is indeed a first person narrator, and at about page 100 well over halfway makes his identity relatively clear, but never explicit A reader coming into this book without the previous ones would be baffled.The irony of this is that the third person narration really works for the story and for Carter s writing style such as it is Filtering the events through Eric Carstairs was either too taxing for his skills or unsuitable for the story he wanted to tell At this point I m thinking that this book is probably the best of the series


  4. says:

    A very rambling book I d give it probably 2 and a half stars I enjoyed it at one level and it was an easy read But it definitely did not have a coherent plot and there was a lot of coincidences involved.


  5. says:

    Fourth in the Underground World series focuses on cave girl Darya who is captured by pirates and taken to their island fortress She is feisty and fiery and does not succumb to their nasty advances eventually she is rescued by warriors in her tribe led by her father Lots of references to breasts and nudity, probably for juvenile male audience Much better than its predecessor Hurok third book in the series Sub plot about descendants of the Minoans is terrible.


  6. says:

    Good other worlds story Lin carter is a great fun read for an afternoon s diversion Recommended

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