Explorers of Gor: GOR: Book Thirteen

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Orion, Dec 21, 2011 - Fiction - 422 pages
2 Reviews
This enchanting escapade is the most important quest of Tarl Cabot's career. He must retrieve a potent shield ring from a strange explorer. It is imperative that the omnipotent Priest Kings obtain this ring so that the Goreans do not challenge their enormous power. Throughout his expedition, Cabot learns of uncharted territories on Earth's cosmic counterpart. In the dense forests he discovers, Cabot must use his skills to endure the perils that await his arrival. Cabot will encounter Gor's barbarism in full force through enchantingly dangerous beasts, bloodthirsty men, and exotic kingdoms.

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Review: Explorers of Gor (Gor #13)

User Review  - Keith - Goodreads

I remember there being a river flowing through a jungle. That is all, I did not finish the book. Way too much philosophy and way too little story. I wasn't planning on reading anymore of the Gor novels. Read full review

Review: Explorers of Gor (Gor #13)

User Review  - Charles - Goodreads

Tarl Cabot goes to a counter-Earth Amazon. This book actually combined the sex with adventure. It had the most graphic sex of any of the previous books. At least, I thought so. The adventure was OK, but nothing to write home about. I was about to abandon the series. Sexist. Read full review

About the author (2011)

John Norman is creator of the Gorean Saga, a series of novels spanning dozens of titles that began in 1967 with TARNSMAN OF GOR and that are considered to be cult classics. He has also produced a three-installment fictional series, Telnarian Histories, plus two other fiction works and a nonfiction paperback entitled IMAGINATIVE SEX. He continues to write new novels in the Gorean saga, notably WITNESS OF GOR (2002) and PRIZE OF GOR (2008), both published by E-Reads. At Gor Chronicles, a web site specially created for his tremendous fan following, one may read everything there is to know about this unique fictional culture. Mr. Norman was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1931. He is married and has three children.

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