Slave Girl of Gor

Slave Girl of Gor

by John Norman
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Overview

Slave Girl of Gor by John Norman

Tarl Cabot must prove his final loyalty to the harsh and caste-bound planet known as Counter Earth. “Surrender Gor,” reads a message sent from the Others, a mysterious people from the worlds of steel. Either the proud rulers of Gor must submit or be destroyed.
 
Now Tarl is leaving the decadent city of Port Kar to wander in the wilds of Gor, taking up the sword to defend his rulers and enemies, the Priest-Kings, for he knows that the fate of his home planet, Earth, is inextricably tied to the fate of Gor.
 
Rediscover this brilliantly imagined world where men are masters and women live to serve their every desire.
 
Slave Girl of Gor is the 11th book in the Gorean Saga, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order. 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781497600898
Publisher: Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Publication date: 04/01/2014
Series: Gorean Saga , #11
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 564
Sales rank: 283,130
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

John Norman, born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1931, is the creator of the Gorean Saga, the longest-running series of adventure novels in science fiction history. Starting in December 1966 with Tarnsman of Gor, the series was put on hold after its twenty-fifth installment, Magicians of Gor, in 1988, when DAW refused to publish its successor, Witness of Gor. After several unsuccessful attempts to find a trade publishing outlet, the series was brought back into print in 2001. Norman has also produced a separate science fiction series, the Telnarian Histories, plus two other fiction works (Ghost Dance and Time Slave), a nonfiction paperback (Imaginative Sex), and a collection of thirty short stories, entitled Norman InvasionsThe Totems of Abydos was published in spring 2012. 

All of Norman’s work is available both in print and as ebooks. The Internet has proven to be a fertile ground for the imagination of Norman’s ever-growing fan base, and at Gor Chronicles (www.gorchronicles.com), a website specially created for his tremendous fan following, one may read everything there is to know about this unique fictional culture. 

Norman is married and has three children.

John Norman, born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1931, is the creator of the Gorean Saga, the longest-running series of adventure novels in science fiction history. Starting in December 1966 with Tarnsman of Gor, the series was put on hold after its twenty-fifth installment, Magicians of Gor, in 1988, when DAW refused to publish its successor, Witness of Gor. After several unsuccessful attempts to find a trade publishing outlet, the series was brought back into print in 2001. Norman has also produced a separate, three-installment science fiction series, the Telnarian Histories, plus two other fiction works (Ghost Dance and Time Slave), a nonfiction paperback (Imaginative Sex), and a collection of thirty short stories, entitled Norman InvasionsThe Totems of Abydos was published in spring 2012. 

All of Norman’s work is available both in print and as ebooks. The Internet has proven to be a fertile ground for the imagination of Norman’s ever-growing fan base, and at Gor Chronicles (www.gorchronicles.com), a website specially created for his tremendous fan following, one may read everything there is to know about this unique fictional culture. 

Norman is married and has three children.

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Slave Girl of Gor 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
U-265 More than 1 year ago
As a teen I liked the exotic animals and places. Okay the fighting and heroic stuff too. Now I enjoyed it some 30 years later for the duty and honor it brings out. Never was big on the sex stuff. Too young to care before, to old to care now.
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The book could be reduced to less than 1/3 its size by merely eliminating all the repetitions. I felt I was re-reading the same paragraph multiple times. Also, I've seen better literary talent come from the minds of mentally handicapped fifth graders. John Norman comes across as though he was attempting to sound intelligent in his writing, but succeeded only in sounding like a moron with no idea of proper use of the English language. Books are a great treasure, but this Gorean series needs to be burned in its entirety as the insult it is to all other literature. The story could be decent if it were written by someone with actual talent, but as is, the author should never have been allowed to put pen to paper.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think whhat the person before this review was rude. Its really rude and mean to the author