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The Chronicles of Counter-Earth Volume 3
Copyright 1968 by John Lange
Published by Ballantine Books, Inc., New York
Del Ray/Ballantine Science Fiction 27199/$1.75
Eleventh Printing - 1977 (October, 1977)
EAN 978-0-345-27199-0 | ISBN 0-345-27199-8
Format: Paperback | (eBook) | (Audio Book) | (Current)
US 1.75 | 317 pages | 11 x 18 cm
Coverart by Boris Vallejo
Hi-Res: Front Back Spine Copy Details
Scanned by: Jon Ard (Morgus) (20100528 3:03:00)
The copyright page states:
A Del Rey Book Published by Ballantine Books Copyright © 1968 by John Lange All rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. Published in the United States by Ballantine Books, a division of Random House, Inc., New York, and simultaniously in Canada by Ballantine Books of Canada, Ltd., Toronto, Canada. ISBN 0-345-27199-8 Manufactured in the United States of America First Edition: December 1968 Eleventh Printing: April 1977 Cover art by Boris Vallejo
The text 'A Del Rey Book Published by Ballantine Books' appears on page iv. The text 'Cover printed in USA' appears vertical in the bottom-right corner of the back cover.
The front cover artwork by Boris Vallejo was first used in 1976 for the Tenth Printing of the Ballantine Edition of Priest-Kings of Gor.
There are references to the first seven volumes of the Del/Ray Ballantine Stone Cover Edition on one of the last pages of the book, as follows:
27135 $1.75 1. Tarnsman of Gor 27136 $1.75 2. Outlaw of Gor 27199 $1.75 3. Priest-Kings of Gor 25182 $1.50 4. Nomads of Gor 25183 $1.50 5. Assassin of Gor 27200 $1.75 6. Raiders of Gor 27114 $1.75 7. Captive of Gor
Into the Mountains of Terror
Once Tarl Cabot had been the mightiest warrior of Gor, the strange world of Counter-Earth. But now on all the planet, he had no friends except the tarn, the mighty bird on which he flew.
He was an outcast, with every hand against him. Jis home city had been destroyed, his loved ones scattered or killed. And that was at the orders of the OPriest-Kings, those mysterious beings who ruled absolutely over Gor.
No man had ever seen a Priest-King. They were said to dwell somewhere in the Mountains of Sardar. And none who entered that forbidden land ever returned alive.
Nonetheless, Tarl Cabot headed into the Mountains of Sardar!
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