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Planet that may not really exist Suffice to say enjoyed "this a LOT If you want some funny science fiction then look up the ane Carter books Nathan Long You "a LOT If you want some funny science fiction then look up the ane Carter books by Nathan Long You not regret it You can find the full review over at The Founding Fields reviews the seuel to Nathan Long s Jane Carver of Waar which he called a perfect novel I had thought that it would be next to impossible to top the awesomeness that was Jane Carver of Waar Nathan Long fortunately proves me uite wrong on that account for Swords of Waar is even better than its predecessor The Founding FieldsWhen I read Jane Carver of Waar back in March the novel proved to be an experience that I hadn t uite had until that point at le This is a seuel to Jane Carver of Waar which brought a six foot redheaded foul mouthed biker chick name Jane to a planet called Waar a feudal world populated by purple skinned princes and princesses tiger centaur warriors airships sky pirates lost technology and lots of swordfighting It s a straight up send up of Barsoom of course with Jane upending all the classic Burroughs tropes by bringing her modern Earth sensibilities to a planet stuck in a pseudo chivalrous past The first book was an affectionate tribute with enough adventure to make it fun to read in its own right and in the second book Jane returns to Waar and her purple lover boy Lan ust as John Carter always managed to find a way back to MarsHaving spent all of the first book figuring out the way things work on Waar Jane spends the second book continuing to be shocked and disgusted that Waar is so unmodern and unegalitarian While swapping John Carter chivalrous 19th century Southern gentleman with a 21st century badass babe who drops f bombs in every sentence was funny enough in the first book that there was no need to turn it into an explicit critiue of the original Barsoomian tales in Swor. He happens to be a purple skinned alien noblemanAgainst all odds she returns to Waar only to find herself accused of kidnaping the Emperor’s beautiful daughter Allying herself with a band of notorious sky pirates Jane sets out to clear her name and rescue the princess but that means uncoveri.

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This is the second book in the series "and it s not bad it s "it not bad but it s good either Jane Jae en "IN THE LOCAL LANGUAGE IS FROM "the local language is from She found her way to Waar by mistake the first time and at the end of the first book she got sent back home by the priests of the Temple of Ormolo After managing to find another way back to Waar she sets out to rescue her lover Lhan and ends up in a uest to save the ruler of the lands The priests want to assassinate him and replace him because they want absolute power over everyone and the ruler blocks them from this It also turns out there is a sub plot that has the priests stealing all the water in the land causing drought and suffering and Jane and Lhan manage to end up destroying the alien technology allowing this to happen bringing the rains back to Waar It feels like there should be another book and I d be happy to read it if it ever gets written This is actually better than the first in the Jane Carver series presenting a much better constructed story while preserving the spirit of ERBhttpopionatorwordpresscom20121 I did not know this was a seuel but there some really good news in this You don t need to know or have read it though I have already made plans to do ust that This picks up after the first book but you uickly get up to speed on where the story is up to which I found a refreshing change More great news about this is that it is really very funny Paragraph of paragraph has some wonderful little line that makes you chortle whether you want to or not I found myself chortling uite a lot This is the comedy version of John Carter or the Barsoom books whichever you ve read or seen and this is what it would have read like if Edgar Rice Burroughs has his body stolen by Nathan Long There is very little seriousness in it but a lot of gags about drink being deranged and trying to find a way back to Jane Carver a hell raising redheaded biker chick from Coral Gables Florida had found a new life and love on Waar a savage planet of fearsome creatures and swashbuckling warriors Until the planet’s high priests sent her back to Earth against her willBut nobody keeps Jane from her man even if. Swords of WaarDs of Waar Jane becomes a lot explicitly feminist and populist as the plot involves uncovering a conspiracy among the church that has reigned supreme over Waar for centuries controlling the remnants of its ancient technology and its dwindling water reserves As Jane and her Waarian nobleman swashbuckle their way across Waar meeting old friends and making new enemies and cutting down platoons of priests and paladins she struggles with his sexist chivalric code and he struggles with the fact that his alien lover is bigger stronger and a formidable warrior than him and not content to sit at home playing the pampered adoring damselWell enough but at times Jane s obtuseness was grating she is repeatedly enough but at times Jane s obtuseness was grating she is repeatedly that a pre industrial society ruled by noblemen and priests has not yet gotten around to democracy and eual rights and the climax in which a chief villain who has been hinted at since the first book emerges ust seemed a little too on the nose and less a tribute to ERB than a repudiationThat said I enjoyed this swords and sky pirates a repudiationThat said I enjoyed this swords and sky pirates as much as I did the first one Jane is a lusty entertaining badass even if she does become a bit strident at times and she stands out by very much not being much of a thinker She ust charges into trouble with her six foot sword and her demoness reputation and lays about herRecommended for fans of the Barsoom series of course who will appreciate all the references and probably not "Find Jane To Be "Jane to be terrible an antithesis of John Carter For those who are not particularly fond of classic planetary romances you may still enjoy Swords of Waar as a dissection of the tropes but it works much better read as a kind of fan fiction than as critiue Should Nathan Long write books in this series Well I d probably read them but I think they d uickly become as repetitive as the Barsoom books did 35 star. Ng the secret origins of the Gods of Waar–and picking a fight with the Wargod himselfGood thing Jane is always up for a scrap Swords of Waar is the wildly entertaining seuel to Jane Carver of Waar and continues the raucous adventures of science fiction’s newest and most bad ass space heroi.