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The main characters of The Caspak Trilogy novel are John, 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 252 pages and is available in Paperback format for offline reading.
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|Author:||Edgar Rice Burroughs|
|Original Title:||The Caspak Trilogy|
|Number Of Pages:||252 pages|
|First Published in:||January 1st 1918|
|Latest Edition:||September 10th 2008|
|Generes:||Science Fiction, Fantasy, Classics, Fiction, Adventure, Science Fiction Fantasy, Animals, Dinosaurs, Pulp, Action, Novels,|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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Chapter 3When I awoke, it was daylight, and I found Ajor squatting before a fine bed of coals roasting a large piece of antelope-meat. Believe me, the sight of the new day and the delicious odor of the cooking meat filled me with renewed happiness and hope that had been all but expunged by the experience of the previous night; and perhaps the slender figure of the bright-faced girl proved also a potent restorative. She looked up and smiled at me, showing those perfect teeth, and dimpling with evident happiness--the most adorable picture that I had ever seen. I recall that it was then I first regretted that she was only a little untutored savage and so far beneath me in the scale of evolution. Her first act was to beckon me to follow her outside, and there she pointed to the explanation of our rescue from the bear--a huge saber-tooth tiger, its fine coat and its flesh torn to ribbons, lying dead a few paces from our cave, and beside it, equally mangled, and disemboweled, was the carcass of a huge cave-bear. To have had one's life saved by a saber-tooth tiger, and in the twentieth century into the bargain, was an experience that was to say the least unique; but it had happened--I had the proof of it before my eyes. So enormous are the great carnivora of Caspak that they must feed perpetually to support their giant thews, and the result is that they will eat the meat of any other creature and will attack anything that comes within their ken, no matter how formidable the quarry. From later observation--I mention this as worthy the attention of paleontologists and naturalists--I came to the conclusion that such creatures as the cave-bear, the cave-lion and the saber-tooth tiger, as well as the larger carnivorous reptiles make, ordinarily, two kills a day--one in the morning and one after night. They immediately devour the entire carcass, after which they lie up and sleep for a few hours. Fortunately their numbers are comparatively few; otherwise there would be no other life within Caspak. It is their very voracity that keeps their numbers down to a point which permits other forms of life to persist, for even in the season of love the great males often tur