Ar, defeated, shamed, and systematically looted, is occupied by Cosian forces. Perhaps Marlenus of Ar alone, the great ubar, could remind the men of their Home Stone and its meaning. But it is thought that he perished in the Voltai.
Young women from Earth brought to Gor are commonly taken to the markets to be branded, collared, and sold as the delicious, lovely livestock they are. Such is the case of a young woman whom we shall call Janice, for that was her Gorean slave name. In the prison pits of piratical Treve there exists a chained prisoner who believes himself to be of the Gorean peasantry. The nature and even the existence of this prisoner, strangely enough, is a closely guarded secret. In order to better keep this secret, it is decided that his servant and warder had best not be a native Gorean.
Rediscover this brilliantly imagined world where men are masters and women live to serve their every desire.
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Title: Witness of Gor
Series: Gorean Saga
Author: John Norman
Originally Published: August 2002
Publisher: Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Length: 284,287 words
Available Formats: Paperback and E-book
Date published: May 2014
Price (US): $25.99 (discounts may be available)
Date published: April 2014
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