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Assassin of Gor (Review)

Tarl Cabot is dead. Or rather, the world thinks Tarl Cabot is dead. Under the guise of Kurus of the caste of assassins, Tarl and his slave girl Elizabeth Cardwell head to glorious Ar to infiltrate the house of the … Continue reading

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Filler of Gor (Nomads of Gor — Review)

My reviews of Gorean Saga books 1-3 can be found here. Recently, I finished Nomads of Gor, the fourth book in the controversial Gorean Saga, and I have to say that it’s a colossal letdown. There is far too much … Continue reading

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Tarnsman of Gor (review)

Tarnsman of Gor by John Norman Originally published by Ballantine Books (1966) Currently published by Open Road Media Sci-fi and Fantasy (2014) $7.99 (Kindle) $10.69 (Paperback) Tarl Cabot is a college professor from Great Britain who had accepted a teaching … Continue reading

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