John Norman's epic Gorean Saga is one of the longest-running and most successful series in the history of fantasy. It is also one of the most controversial.
Over the course of more than thirty books produced over a span of six decades, the series has sold millions of copies and built legions of fans unrivaled in their devotion. E-Reads invites you to rediscover this brilliantly imagined world where men are masters and women live to serve their every desire.
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Incel fetish porn.
Hours of a resentful loser yelling at you about how and why women should be broken like animals and turned into slaves - about how men should be abusive, fragile captors of lazy, useless, collections of holes. If that appeals to you, you are broken. get help. Go talk to a real, healthy member of the opposite sex as if they were a human being first, before the symbol of your anxieties and fantasies. Learn what is to be whole - to be worthy. You weren't born this way.
teaching the Tarn
Where does Swordsmen of Gor rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
it sits at the close top
What was one of the most memorable moments of Swordsmen of Gor?
he gives the slave to the earth man
Which character – as performed by Ralph Lister – was your favorite?
as always Tarl or boss which every name he wants to go by
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Teaching the meaning of Hornor
Since nobody else has reviewed this book and so I won't give spoilers I will post the jacket
Fresh from his exploits in the Steel Worlds, home of the Kurii, a savage alien race intent on conquering Gor, Tarl Cabot has been returned to an isolated beach, at coordinates apparently specified by the Priest-Kings, the masters of Gor and the enemy of the Kurii. His only companions are his beautiful new slave Cecily, and Ramar, a ferocious sleen bred in the Steel Worlds to hunt and kill. But why has he been returned to such a remote spot? Did the Priest-Kings wish their former agent to serve them once more? Did the Kurii intend to use Cabot to further their own ends? The truth, as Tarl will learn, is darker, and deeper, than either of these possibilities.In SWORDSMEN OF GOR, the latest book in John Norman's best-selling Gorean saga, follow Tarl as he embarks on a new adventure with the Pani, a strange people with mysterious origins, and learn the dark, sinister truth behind his return to Gor, the Counter-Earth.