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Slave Girl of Gor (Gorean Saga) Paperback – 30 Jun 2007

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Product details

  • Paperback: 552 pages
  • Publisher: eReads.com; 40 Anv edition (30 Jun. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0759204543
  • ISBN-13: 978-0759204546
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 2.9 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,263,809 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By A Customer HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on 13 Jan. 2003
Format: Paperback
Writing as John Norman in the Chronicles of Counter-Earth series, Professor John Lange repeatedly developed the idea that only in sexual bondage, in which a woman submitted to the dominance of a strong master, could she find sexual fulfillment. Scenes in which Tarl Cabot, or another Gorean male, puts a slave collar around a young girl's neck, has her chained by his sleeping furs, and proceeds to teach her this lesson abound. "Slave Girl of Gor" is the second of three novels in the series that explore this in, ah, someone greater detail from the perspective of the female of the species (as opposed to from Cabot's perspective with Elizabeth Caldwell in "Nomads of Gor"). The first of this "trilogy" would have been "Captive of Gor" and the third is "Kajira of Gor" ("kajira" being Gorean for slave girl, or, if you will, captive).
On one level the plot deals with the next chapter in the battle between the Others and the Priest-Kings for control of Gor. Tarl Cabot has resumed serving the latter and is trying to learn the battle plans of the Kurri, the beastlike Others who are ready to launch their invasion. Meanwhile, Judy Thornton of Earth, is found wandering in the wildnerness and is captured and enslaved. As we follow her training as a slave girl we also learn that she is carrying a secret message that has grave implications for the future of Gor. Consequently, there is something of a race going on to see who can be the first to conquer not just her body but her mind and learn the big bad secret. However, this synopsis gives you a sense of the best parts of the novel, at least from a perspective that emphasizes action and adventure.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Writing as John Norman in the Chronicles of Counter-Earth series, Professor John Lange repeatedly developed the idea that only in sexual bondage, in which a woman submitted to the dominance of a strong master, could she find sexual fulfillment. Scenes in which Tarl Cabot, or another Gorean male, puts a slave collar around a young girl's neck, has her chained by his sleeping furs, and proceeds to teach her this lesson abound. "Slave Girl of Gor" is the second of three novels in the series that explore this in, ah, someone greater detail from the perspective of the female of the species (as opposed to from Cabot's perspective with Elizabeth Caldwell in "Nomads of Gor"). The first of this "trilogy" would have been "Captive of Gor" and the third is "Kajira of Gor" ("kajira" being Gorean for slave girl, or, if you will, captive).
On one level the plot deals with the next chapter in the battle between the Others and the Priest-Kings for control of Gor. Tarl Cabot has resumed serving the latter and is trying to learn the battle plans of the Kurri, the beastlike Others who are ready to launch their invasion. Meanwhile, Judy Thornton of Earth, is found wandering in the wildnerness and is captured and enslaved. As we follow her training as a slave girl we also learn that she is carrying a secret message that has grave implications for the future of Gor. Consequently, there is something of a race going on to see who can be the first to conquer not just her body but her mind and learn the big bad secret. However, this synopsis gives you a sense of the best parts of the novel, at least from a perspective that emphasizes action and adventure.
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My first dip into the Gor novels will probably not be my last as this book was hilarious but probably unintentionally so.

We deal with Poetess Judy Thornton whose vitals stats are that of an undeveloped child (28-20-28) who has been whisked to Earths alter ego , The Planet Gor in a capsule at the behest of her arch rival Alicia Nevin . Both woman have overblown ideas of just how lovely and comely and irresistible to men they both are and this becomes a recurrent theme throughout the book. In fact, this book repeats scenarios over and over again just like a really bad American TV series which plays catch up with it's readers every five minutes just in case , one presumes, the reader has forgotten what's going on or because Norman wants to pad the book out as much as possible because the plot is as thin as a size zero model and just about as convincing !

Any way, Judy is overcome by Clitus Vitellius ( or Clit Vital as I grew to know him ) and they ,to cut a long story (far too long) fall in love eventually and become one , she being in perfect slavery and he being the big boss. She gets whipped, raped (several times) sold , tied up , dressed, undressed ,given away all in the cause of becoming perfectly obedient to the men of Gor who are all magnificent , huge and powerful and the tiny, tiny women who are all helpless and physically insignificant.
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