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The People That Time Forgot

Edgar Rice Burroughs

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Summary

Following the events of The Land That Time Forgot, Tom Billings wrangles a crew and leads a search effort to find the missing Bowen Tyler. He’s unknowingly pulled into the island’s many conflicts.

 
 Bowen Tyler is still missing after being marooned on the Antarctic island of Caprona. Tom Billings plans a group expedition to find Bowen and his remaining crew. When his plane is attacked by a gang of creatures, he crashes into an unspecified area. He encounters several inhabitants, both friend and foe, while seeking guidance on his journey. With the remaining team en route, Tom must fend for himself in this fantastical world of mystical beasts.

 
The People That Time Forgot is part of the Caspak trilogy, which centers the occupants of Caprona island. It’s a prehistoric fantasy with elements of romance and adventure. The story is driven by the unwavering commitment of one man and his need to uncover the truth.

 
With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of  
 The People That Time Forgot is both modern and readable.

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