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Long ago in their intraspecific conflicts a violent, technologically sophisticated life form, the Kurii, destroyed their native world. They now seek another. Between Earth and Gor, or the Counterearth, and the power of the imperialistic, predatory Kurii, now ensconced in the “Steel Worlds,” a number of satellite colonies concealed amongst the debris of the asteroid belt, stands only the defensive might of the Priest-Kings of Gor. Tarl Cabot, once of Bristol, England, laboring in behalf of the Priest-Kings, once managed to foil a Kur attempt to set the stage for an invasion of Gor. In that venture he encountered a worthy foe, the redoubtable Half-Ear, or Zarendargar, now fallen from favor in the Steel Worlds. The Kurii, unforgiving and relentless, have sent a death squad to Gor seeking Zarendargar. They seek the assistance of Cabot in this enterprise, but he declines to be of service. A decorated piece of hide, bearing strange symbols, tells a story, which may or may not be true. It suggests that Half-Ear, or Zarendargar, whom Cabot believed dead, may yet live. The death squad will seek Zarendargar, but, so, too, will Cabot, to warn him, for once, long ago, and faraway, in the polar north of Gor, each with the other had shared drink, a gesture of warriors, a cup lifted amongst foes. But to pursue this mission Cabot must enter and traverse the Barrens, the vast Eastern prairies of the primary Gorean continent, lands contested by tribes of warring savages, lands forbidden to strangers.
©1977 John Norman (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 06-23-17

Excellent storytelling and it kept my interest.

Excellent story telling, it kept my interest at bay. I'm so glad that (in the end) the slave girl got what she wanted.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Barbara on 01-04-16

Surprised at insight into woman's feelings!

What did you like best about Slave Girl of Gor? What did you like least?

I truly started reading it with the intention of writing the answering "woman's point of view" to the whole thing, but was pleasantly surprised to see the author truly had a handle on it already!

What did you like best about this story?

The emotional power struggle between man and woman which has been going on since we were kicked out of the Garden!

Was Slave Girl of Gor worth the listening time?

Most definitely, and is one of those that I will probably re-read! :)

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4 out of 5 stars
By James on 10-07-16

Good Story

Not to everyone's taste but I enjoyed it, the narration was as good as it could've been based on how awkwardly this series is written.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 09-13-17

Great reader, horrific book

You'd think that with Norman's hoard of "neckbeard red-pill maledom" cult followers, that the books themselves would be compelling. Alas, no. Droning and repetitive, this book is the Twilight of maledom fiction. Seriously, go read/listen to something else.

That said, stellar performance from Joy Learner, though a twinge of derision occasionally sneaks though when she has to read the same phrase for the umpteenth time.

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