At the Earth's Core

Edgar Rice Burroughs

1914
With a remarkable new machine, David Innes drills 500 miles into the Earth to discover a new world: Pellucidar. There he finds stone age humans under assult from ape-like creatures and prehistoric flying reptiles.
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