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Volume three of the The Chronicles of Counter-Earth
Copyright 1968 by John Lange
Published by Universal-Tandem Publishing Co., London
Second Printing - 1973 (November, 1973)
EAN 978-0-426-13063-5 | ISBN 0-426-13063-4
Format: Paperback | (eBook) | (Audio Book) | (Current)
UK 0.40 | 322 pages | 18 cm
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Originally published in the U.S.A. by Ballantine Books Inc. First published in Great Britain by Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd. 1971 Published by Universal-Tandem Publishing Co. Ltd., 1972 Reprinted November 1973 Copyright © 1968 by John Lange Made and printed in Great Britain by Hunt Bernard Printing Ltd., Aylesbury, Bucks.
Priest-Kings of Gor
Volume three of The Chronicles of Counter-Earth
Here is the magnificent world of Gor, known also as Counter-Earth, a planet as strangely populated, as threatening, as beautiful as any in fiction. Here too is Tarl Cabot, the one picked from millions to be trained and schooled and disciplined by the best teachers, swordsmen, bowmen on Gor.
Tarl is determined to discover whether his beloved Talena had indeed been destroyed, together with his home city of Ko-ro-ba and all its inhabitants, by the all-powerful Priest-Kings of Gor. Now Tarl Cabot must venture to the Mountains of Sardar where they exercise their merciless rule, and from which feared and impregnable stronghold no one has ever returned.
Other titles in the Gorean Cycle of The Chronicles of Counter-Earth, published by Tandem Books:
Tarnsman of Gor
Outlaw of Gor
Nomads of Gor
Assassin of Gor
Raiders of Gor
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