The Eternal Savage


The Eternal Savage

Nu of the Neocene

Edgar Rice Burroughs
With a new introduction by Tom Deitz
Illustrated by Thomas L. Floyd

Bison Frontiers of Imagination Series

204 pages
6 illustrations


November 2003


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About the Book

Time travel, a millennium-spanning romance, and rousing action in modern African jungles and the untamed prehistoric wilderness ignite this classic adventure tale from the pen of Edgar Rice Burroughs. Nu, a warrior from the Stone Age, is buried alive in an earthquake while stalking a saber-toothed tiger. Awakening thousands of years later on Tarzan’s estate in Africa, he gives his heart to Victoria Custer of Nebraska, a visitor to the estate, who is the reincarnation of Nu’s Stone Age love, Nat-ul. But other men treacherously compete for the love of Victoria in modern Africa and for the heart of Nat-ul in the distant past. Set in both a terrifyingly dangerous primeval setting and the beloved world of Tarzan, The Eternal Savage movingly reveals whether eternal love is strong enough to triumph over undying adversity.

Author Bio

Edgar Rice Burroughs is the acclaimed author of dozens of influential science fiction and fantasy tales, including Tarzan of the Apes, and, available in the Bison Frontiers of Imagination series, Under the Moons of Mars (2003), The Moon Maid (2002), Beyond Thirty (2001), Pirates of Venus (2001), The Land That Time Forgot (1999), At the Earth’s Core (2000), and Pellucidar (2002). Tom Deitz is a noted writer of speculative fiction whose many books include The Gryphon King, Bloodwinter, Warautumn, and the Soulsmith series.

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