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The main characters of John Carters Chronicles of Mars novel are John Carter, Emma. The book has been awarded with Booker Prize, Edgar Awards and many others.
One of the Best Works of Edgar Rice Burroughs. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 380 pages and is available in Paperback format for offline reading.
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|Author:||Edgar Rice Burroughs|
|Original Title:||John Carters Chronicles of Mars|
|Number Of Pages:||380 pages|
|First Published in:||February 27th 2007|
|Latest Edition:||February 27th 2007|
|Generes:||Science Fiction, Classics, Fantasy,|
|Main Characters:||John Carter|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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The council squatted upon the steps of the rostrum, while below them stood the prisoner and her two guards. I saw that one of the women was Sarkoja, and thus understood how she had been present at the hearing of the preceding day, the results of which she had reported to the occupants of our dormitory last night. Her attitude toward the captive was most harsh and brutal. When she held her, she sunk her rudimentary nails into the poor girl’s flesh, or twisted her arm in a most painful manner. When it was necessary to move from one spot to another she either jerked her roughly, or pushed her headlong before her. She seemed to be venting upon this poor defenseless creature all the hatred, cruelty, ferocity, and spite of her nine hundred years, backed by unguessable ages of fierce and brutal ancestors.
The other woman was less cruel because she was entirely indifferent; if the prisoner had been left to her alone, and fortunately she was at night, she would have received no harsh treatment, nor, by the same token would she have received any attention at all.
As Lorquas Ptomel raised his eyes to address the prisoner they fell on me and he turned to Tars Tarkas with a word, and gesture of impatience. Tars Tarkas made some reply which I could not catch, but which caused Lorquas Ptomel to smile; after which they paid no further attention to me.
“What is your name?” asked Lorquas Ptomel, addressing the prisoner.
“Dejah Thoris, daughter of Mors Kajak of Helium.”
“And the nature of your expedition?” he continued.
“It was a purely scientific research party sent out by my father’s father, the Jeddak of Helium, to rechart the air currents,
and to take atmospheric density tests,” replied the fair prisoner, in a low, well-modulated voice.
“We were unprepared for battle,” she continued, “as we were on a peaceful mission, as our banners and the colors of our
craft denoted. The work we were doing was as much in your interests as in ours, for you know full well that were it not for
our labors and the fruits of our scientific operations there would not be enough air or water on Mars to support a single
human life. For ages we have maintained the air and water supply at practically the sa