We’ve revisited Edgar Rice Burroughs Mars (also known as Barsoom).
This time, John Carter’s son, Carthoris, who inherited some, but not all of his father’s super strength (on low gravity Mars, at least) and most of his chivalry and fencing skills, is the hero.
Personally, I kind of miss John Carter, but what can you do?
So anyway… new sword fights, new allies, new enemies, new Martian/Barsoomian races, and, mercifully, few of Burroughs racial prejudices to jar you out of the story.
Oh, and, in case, you weren’t sure, Carthoris does win the love of the titular Thuvia (who is actually a princess, but Burroughs already wrote a book called A Princess of Mars).