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Priest-Kings of Gor. 1971 Priest-Kings of Gor
by John Norman
First British Edition 1971.
Sidgwick & Jackson.
SBN 283980877.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover design by Diane Body.
320 pages.
Price: 35s / £1.75.

Part 3 of The Chronicles of Counter-Earth series.

Reissued in Gor Omnibus: The Chronicles of Counter-Earth (Sidgwick & Jackson, 1972, SBN 283978236).

Publisher’s Blurb – Front Jacket Flap
This is the third novel in John Norman’s remarkable saga THE CHRONICLES OF COUNTER-EARTH.

Tarl Cabot, Tarnsman of Gor and hero of the saga, is determined to discover whether or not his beloved wife Tarlena has in fact been destroyed by the all-powerful Priest-Kings who rule Gor with an iron and absolute discipline.

No one knows the nature of the Priest-Kings - whether they are alien or supermen.

No one has ever returned from the Mountains of Sardar where the Priest-Kings rule from their impregnable stronghold. And now Tarl himself prepares to penetrate the very heart of Sardar.

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