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Reviews by Lem Sullivan

A Woman who went to Alaska

by May Kellogg Sullivan

This is a good read for those who are interested in life as it was in years past and especially in the Gold Rush years of Alaska. To hear it from a woman's point of view makes it ever more interesting and unusual.

Reviewed on 2012.12.04

Beasts of Tarzan

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

This book is another very good read by Mr. Burroughs. The story has plenty of unexpected twists and turns. One thing that I don't like about Tarzan though is how he is so forgiving of the villians in his life. Tarzan is in the same boat as Batman , Superman and others in this regard. He lets the bad guy live for another day and then gets repaid by more violence. Will he never learn?

Reviewed on 2007.03.07

The Return of Tarzan

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Awesome continuation of the Tarzan series. I love the books ending as well.
On to the next one.

Reviewed on 2007.02.24

Tarzan of the Apes

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

This book is awesome! I didn't care for the ending but that will be addressed in the next few books I'm sure.
If you only read one Tarzan book, read this one. Oh, and number 6 as well!!!

Reviewed on 2007.02.22

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