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Review: Raiders of Gor (Gor #6)

User Review  - Grace - Goodreads

This review originally appeared on my blog, Books Without Any Pictures: http://bookswithoutanypictures.com/20... John Norman's Gor series is one of my guilty pleasures. It's set in a world where the ... Read full review

Review: Raiders of Gor (Gor #6)

User Review  - John - Goodreads

1976 grade B Series book G6 Read full review

Review: Raiders of Gor (Gor #6)

User Review  - Connor Kennedy - Goodreads

Raiders of Gor includes Sword Fights, Battles on Land and Sea, and Beautiful Sex Slaves. But this book is . . . Boring Read full review

Review: Raiders of Gor (Gor #6)

User Review  - Christian West - Goodreads

Ahoy me hearties, it be Talk Like A Pirate Day and I be finishing reading me book. Badly, me book turned into bilge water. Arrr. That thar Tarl Cabot becomes a slave to a wench to save his lubber neck ... Read full review

Review: Raiders of Gor (Gor #6)

User Review  - Giulia Napoli - Goodreads

Everything comes apart here. Our hero becomes the antihero. The next 19 - 20 books are just more and more of the same "all women want to be slaves" idea. Books 1 - 5 are great. The rest can be used as fireplace starters. Read full review

Review: Raiders of Gor (Gor #6)

User Review  - AmbushPredator - Goodreads

This is the one where it all starts to get a bit dark, and the fun & swashbuckling comes to an end. Tarl Cabot is captured en route to Port Kar and, to his shame, made slave. We learn that Elisabeth ... Read full review

Review: Raiders of Gor (Gor #6)

User Review  - Grey Wolf - Goodreads

Raiders of Gor was the best of the Gor books in my opinion, helped by a largely static geographic focus, and on a setting that resembled medieval Venice in many ways. Read full review

Review: Raiders of Gor (Gor #6)

User Review  - Eric Brown - Goodreads

The author's attempt at trying something new - adventure on the high seas. Ugh. Fail. Read full review

Review: Raiders of Gor (Gor #6)

User Review  - Wilbur Ochiltree - Goodreads

I think this is the one that introduces 'Bosk' of Port Kar, quite a change. Read full review

Review: Raiders of Gor (Gor #6)

User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

The Gor books were great adventure books with some pretty repulsive "women are best as slaves" commentary. Then the commentary overtook the adventure and I stopped reading. Read full review


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