This is a great book. Written around the time of world war II, it reflects a little bit of the author's attitude toward the war and how it affected areas outside of Europe.
Tarzan stories always have a love story imbedded within, and this one is a pretty good one, but the best part of the book is how Tarzan is a one man wrecking machine amidst the german army.
The best part is how he tames the lion and feeds men to the lions.
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