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In a device similar to a lot of the books Cabot finds himself with a new earth originated race - Japanese who've been transplanted to Gore at some time in the past and are part of the struggle between the Kurii and Priest-Kings.

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Its a pretty good read. The usual rant associated with female submission and slavery while fully present does not overwhelm the plot some times it is touching and who doesn't like the occasional naked lady.


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I've been a reader of the author's Gorean saga since it began and have enjoyed the overall story lines despite his excessive descriptions of everyday life on Gore. I might even say I've gotten use to it. But the repetitious detail of the female's lives really gets old.

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Some of Norman's Gor books have substantial story lines. Others, like this one, have gratuitous pages on what it's like to be a female slave on Gor. If you're reading this book it's unlikely it's your first Norman Gor book and you've read it all before. But, this book does provide a critical story link from previous books and so, should not be missed. I was hoping that Norman would continue the faster pace of story-telling that he used in Kur of Gor. But, alas, it didn't hold up. The final third of this installment is filled with bloating, bloating and more bloating.

How many times are we to read about women belonging in collars? Didn't we all get that point back in Book 10? Once again, Norman causes great dismay when he begins a paragraph with the words "Perhaps a word or two about" or "Maybe I should explain this point" or some such thing like that. It means that you are about to be subjected to page after page after page of irrelevant commentary that is nothing more that rehashes of things that have been written into every Gor novel since 10 and slows down the story to a snail's pace. If the first six Gor novels were great, the following three good and the next 16 slowly declining in quality from so-so to terrible, this book would fall into the so-so group.

Some of the battle scenes harken back to the glory days of Gor, full of exciting action.


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The problem is that there aren't many of them. It takes pages to get to the only real battle. Some of those pages have interesting passages as Tarl Cabot creates a revolutionary tarn army but most of them and the remainder of this novel are yet another repeat of Norman's obsession with the psychology of slave girls. He repeats the same scene over and over of a girl being mentally and physically abused and loving her male master for doing it because all women long to be slaves.

Even if you are a man who enjoys this sort of fantasy, you'll hate this book because all the scenes are so similar they quickly become mind numbingly repetitive. Feedback If you need help or have a question for Customer Service, contact us. Would you like to report poor quality or formatting in this book? Click here Would you like to report this content as inappropriate? Click here Do you believe that this item violates a copyright? Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. View or edit your browsing history.

Get to Know Us. Not Enabled Word Wise: Enabled Average Customer Review: 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 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. Paperback , pages.

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Swordsmen of Gor (Gor, #29) by John Norman

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