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On Gor, the other world in Earth's orbit, the term beast can mean any of three things: First, there are the Kurii, the monsters from space who are about to invade that world. Second, there are the Gorean warriors, men whose fighting ferocity is incomparable. Third, there are the slave girls, who are both beasts of burden and objects of desire. All three kinds of beasts come into action in this thrilling novel as the Kurii establish their first beachhead on Gor's polar cap. Here is a John Norman epic that takes Tarl Cabot from the canals of Port Kar to the taverns of Lydius, the tents of the Sardar Fair, and to a grand climax among the red hunters of the Arctic ice pack.
SLAVE-WOMAN ON GOR ... Elinor Brinton of New York City--beautiful, rich, spoiled, used to having her way with the men of earth--is hunted down and abducted by alien beings to find herself a captive on Gor, where men are absolute masters, and women their complete slaves.
Attempting to save his girl friend from a Gorean slave trap, Jason Marshall found himself kidnapped to that legendary counter-Earth planet. And as such found himself the first "civilized" Earth male to become enslaved in the ruthless chains of Gorean society. Jason Marshall's startling adventures make constantly fascinating reading as he is made to be the slave of a haughty woman, then into her fighting champion, and finally amid the turmoil of primitive warfare to seek his liberty in order to search for his lost love amid the slave marts of that alien and turbulent planet.
EXILE'S RETURN Tarl Cabot's long exile was over. Again he was back on Gor, the strange world of Counter-Earth, where he had once been the proudest warrior and mightiest tarnsman of that savage planet. But nothing was as it had been. His home city of Ko-ro-ba was destroyed, razed until not one stone remained standing. His beautiful mate, Talena, was dead or vanished. His family and friends were scattered across the globe. And Cabot was now declared an outlaw, with all men ordered to kill him on sight. His only chance was to find the strange Priest-Kings who ruled Gor and to submit himself to them. But Tarl Cabot was not about to submit!
INTO THE MOUNTAINS OF TERROR Once Tarl Cabot had been the mightiest warrior of Gor, the strange world of Counter-Earth. But now on all the planet, he had no friends except the tarn, the mighty bird on which he flew. He was an outcast, with every hand against him. His home city had been destroyed, his loved ones scattered or killed. And that was at the orders of the Priest-Kings, those mysterious beings who ruled absolutely over Gor. No man had ever seen a Priest-King. They were said to dwell somewhere in the Mountains of Sardar. And none who entered that forbidden land ever returned alive. Nonetheless, Tarl Cabot headed into the Mountains of Sardar!
THE SHAME OF TARL CABOT Telima lashed my wrists together tightly, with the strong hands of a working girl. She indicated that I should lie on my left side, facing her. Then, with another coil of marsh vine, she tied my ankles-together. As I lay there, she unlaced her tunic, opening it. Again she looked at me. To my amazement, insolently, with a liquid motion, she slipped the' tunic off over her head. She sat on the mat and regarded me. "I see," she said, "that you must again be punished." She struck me with savagery, four times. I had been a warrior of Ko-ro-ba. Now I was only a girl's slave.
THE HIDDEN WORLD Earth could never know of Gor, the world always on the opposite side of the Sun. But Gor somehow knew about Earth, as Tarl Cabot soon discovered. Taken by force to that savage world, Cabot was forced to become a tarnsman--a warrior who could control the great war birds of Ko-ro-ba. Gor was a world of slaves and beautiful women, of human domination by the alien, secret Priest-Kings. And it was also the world of Talena, tempestuous daughter of the greatest warlord of Gor. She waited for the man who could subdue her--the man who would become her master. But was Tarl Cabot that man?
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