Tarzan and the City of Gold

Edgar Rice Burroughs

Book Description

"Tarzan and the City of Gold" is a novel written by American author Edgar Rice Burroughs, first published in 1933. It is the sixteenth book in the Tarzan series and continues the adventures of the iconic jungle hero, Tarzan. In this installment, Tarzan's quest begins when he hears of a lost city called Opar, rumored to be filled with gold and treasure. The city is inhabited by a group of people who worship the ancient god, the Flaming God, and the high priestess, La. Tarzan becomes entangled in a series of events involving Opar's inhabitants and their obsession with gold. As Tarzan explores the African jungle, he faces numerous dangers, including wild animals, hostile tribes, and treacherous terrain. Along the way, he encounters new allies and adversaries, including Albert Werper, a villainous character with ambitions of his own. Throughout the novel, Tarzan's courage, strength, and resourcefulness are put to the test as he navigates the challenges posed by Opar's hidden secrets and the pursuit of its treasures. "Tarzan and the City of Gold" is a thrilling and action-packed adventure that showcases Tarzan's legendary abilities and the allure of unexplored territories. It is a classic addition to the Tarzan series, providing readers with a captivating blend of exotic settings, daring escapades, and the enduring appeal of the Lord of the Jungle. This book is copyright free and can be downloaded for free.

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