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Slave Girl of Gor. 1978 Slave Girl of Gor
by John Norman
Universal Edition, First Printing 1978.
W.H. Allen & Co.
London.
ISBN 0426184629.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Chris Achilleos.
448 pages.
Price: £1.25.

Notes
Part 11 of The Chronicles of Counter-Earth series.

Reissued by Star in 1980, 1982 and 1985, all with the same cover.

Publisher’s Blurb - Lower Cover
Tarl Cabot had resumed his allegiance to the Priest-Kings, the benevolent rulers of Earth's twin planet, Gor. And accordingly Tarl knew that the battle for the possession of the planet was under way -- the Kurii, the beastlike invaders, had made their plans.

There was a girl, once of Earth, found in the wilderness of Gor. Captured, as such lovely strangers were on that ruthless world, she was to undergo the training that would make of her a slave of great value. But unknown to her captors, she was a tool of the Kurii and carried a programmed message that imperilled the future of Gor. It was for possession of her mind and body that Priest-King and Kur-monster battled, while few knew that a planet's fate was also locked within the slave collar that bound her neck.

 
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