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The main characters of Pellucidar novel are David Innes, Abner Perry. 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 228 pages and is available in Paperback format for offline reading.
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Pellucidar PDF Details
|Author:||Edgar Rice Burroughs|
|Number Of Pages:||228 pages|
|First Published in:||1915|
|Latest Edition:||September 1st 2004|
|Generes:||Science Fiction, Fantasy, Fiction, Adventure, Classics, Pulp, Science Fiction Fantasy, Animals, Dinosaurs, Action, Speculative Fiction,|
|Main Characters:||David Innes, Abner Perry|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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The Arabs, of whom I wrote you at the end of my last letter (Innes began), and whom I thought to be enemies
intent only upon murdering me, proved to be exceed-ingly friendly–they were searching for the very band of
marauders that had threatened my existence. The huge rhamphorhynchus-like reptile that I had brought back
with me from the inner world–the ugly Mahar that Hooja the Sly One had substituted for my dear Dian at the
moment of my departure–filled them with wonder and with awe.
CHAPTER I 12
Nor less so did the mighty subterranean prospector which had carried me to Pellucidar and back again, and
which lay out in the desert about two miles from my camp.
With their help I managed to get the unwieldy tons of its great bulk into a vertical position–the nose deep in a
hole we had dug in the sand and the rest of it supported by the trunks of date-palms cut for the purpose.
It was a mighty engineering job with only wild Arabs and their wilder mounts to do the work of an electric
crane–but finally it was completed, and I was ready for departure.
For some time I hesitated to take the Mahar back with me. She had been docile and quiet ever since she had
discovered herself virtually a prisoner aboard the “iron mole.” It had been, of course, impossible for me to
communicate with her since she had no auditory organs and I no knowledge of her fourth-dimension,
sixth-sense method of communication.
Naturally I am kind-hearted, and so I found it beyond me to leave even this hateful and repulsive thing alone
in a strange and hostile world. The result was that when I entered the iron mole I took her with me.
That she knew that we were about to return to Pellucidar was evident, for immediately her manner changed
from that of habitual gloom that had pervaded her, to an almost human expression of contentment and d