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Then they happen some more. Very. Bad. Things. At the Earth's Core: Book 1 of the Pellucidar Series - Kindle edition by Burroughs, Edgar Rice. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading At the Earth's Core: Book 1 of the Pellucidar Series/5(12). At The Earth's Core is the beginning of the inner world Pellucidar series introducing the main character David Innes.
David Innes and an older man named Perry, an inventor of a gigantic metal Earth borer machine, test the huge machine boring into the earth. The controls jam and they are transported well over miles deep into the Earth/5(30).
AT THE EARTH'S CORE begins as a fun "hollow Earth" adventure but its episodic nature becomes tedious. And, as soon as the book's hero meets Dian the Beautiful, the romance aspect of this "scientific romance" takes over and most of the hero's subsequent actions are designed to reunite him with Dian/5(7).
Buy At the Earth's Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in editions - starting at $ Shop now. David Innes is a fictional character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs as the protagonist of his Pellucidar novels.
He first appeared in the novel At the Earth's Core, serialized in four parts in All-Story Weekly from April 4–25, and issued in book form in hardcover by A. McClurg in July, Subject: At the Earth's core Excellent book again by one of the greatest adventure authors of all time. Ap Great story.
Love the whole series. Reviewer: Ari - Aug Subject: Don't start this story The story stops in the middle of the suspense. The ending is too abrupt. Tarzan at the Earth's Core (Tarzan, #13) (Pellucidar #4) by Edgar Rice Burroughs (Ballantine ) (Fiction).
This book is from a separate series than "Tarzan of the Apes." Tarzan must go to the earth's hollow core in order to save a famous scientist/5(69). At the Earth's Core is a fantasy novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the first in his series about the fictional "hollow earth" land of Pellucidar.
David Innes is a mining heir who finances the experimental "iron mole," an excavating vehicle designed by his elderly inventor friend Abner Perry. At the Earth's Core, published inwas the first of Edgar Rice Burroughs Pellucidar novels.
Ive always found his books to be highly entertaining and ingenious in their imagining of strange worlds and thats certainly the case with this one. item 3 AT THE EARTH'S CORE EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS QUIET VISION PUBLISHING BOOK - AT THE EARTH'S CORE EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS QUIET VISION PUBLISHING BOOK.
$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Fiction & Literature. See all. The inner core, which is about miles thick, is made primarily of iron. Unlike the outer core, the inner core is mostly solid. Although the iron in the inner core is even hotter (10,º F or more — as hot as the surface of the Sun!) than the outer core, the intense pressure from the rest of the planet is so great that the iron cannot melt.
At The Earth's Core is the first installment of Edgar Rice Burrough's Pellucidar series, about a hidden world at the center of our planet. Victorian scientist Abner Perry and all around adventurer David Innes accidentally discover the hidden world of Pellucidar, setting.
Earth’s core is the very hot, very dense center of our ball-shaped core lies beneath the cool, brittle crust and the mostly-solid core is found about 2, kilometers (1, miles) below Earth’s surface, and has a radius of about 3, kilometers (2, miles).
At The Earths Core () This boldly stunning Frazetta piece was used for the cover of the first Pellucidar novel by the legendary writer, Edgar Rice Burroughs. The story first appeared serialized in the pulp magazine All-Story Weekly in and wasn't collected into a novel until It was reprinted several times, with this image used for the popular Burroughs editions in the s.