The Jungle Warrior
By Andy Briggs
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A Legend Reborn The world's most infamous hunter, Nikolas Rokoff, is sent into the jungle to steal a rare prize from Tarzan's camp. But Tarzan and his friends Jane and Robbie will
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Interest Age
8-12 years
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The Jungle Warrior
9781453262948
Open Road Media Teen & Tween
16 October 2012
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288
1.35 MB
8-12 years (8-12)
EN
Children's Fiction
Children/juvenile

Reviews

"I fell in love with Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan when I was 11 years old, and was jealous when he married that silly Jane. I would have been even more jealous of the Jane in Tarzan: The Greystoke Leg...
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Author Biography

Andy Briggs is a screenwriter, graphic novelist, and author. He has written for movie projects such as Judge Dredd, Freddy vs. Jason, and Aquaman. He also collaborated with Spider-Man creator Stan Lee and legendary producer Robert Evans on the screenplay for Foreverman. Briggs struck an eight-book deal with Oxford University Press for two series: Hero.com and Villain.net. His graphic novels include Kong: King of Skull Island, Ritual, and Dinocorps. He has recently rebooted the classic character Tarzan with his novels Tarzan: The Greystoke Legacy and Tarzan: The Jungle Warrior. Edgar Rice Burroughs (September 1, 1875-March 19, 1950) was an American author best known for creating the jungle hero Tarzan and the Mars adventurer John Carter. Tarzan first appeared in the story Tarzan of the Apes, published in the pulp classic All-Story Magazine in October 1912. The character returned in twenty-five sequels by Burroughs, a handful of authorized works, and innumerable works in other media. One of the world's best-known literary characters, Tarzan has been portrayed in more than eighty movies and television shows, by more than twenty-seven actors. The first film, Tarzan of the Apes (1918), was one of the first movies to earn one million dollars.