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Tarnsman of Gor. 1972 Tarnsman of Gor
by John Norman
Tandem Science Fantasy Edition, Second Printing 1972.
Universal-Tandem Publishing.
London.
SBN 426072294.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Gerald Wood.
224 pages.
Price: £0.30.

Notes
Part 1 of The Chronicles of Counter-Earth series.

Reprinted in 1974 with the same cover.

Publisher’s Blurb
Snatched from the 20th century to the barbaric world of Counter-Earth

Volume one of the Chronicles of Counter-Earth

Tarl Cabot of Earth was the chosen one, picked out of millions to visit the magnificent planet of Gor, where great wild tarns scream across the sky, where the dreaded Priest-Kings control the destinies of the warring races.

There, on that strange world, so like, yet so unlike, his native Earth, Tarl Cabot was trained to the service of the Priest-Kings, to be worthy of the High Caste of Warriors, to swear loyalty to his City, Ko-Ro-Ba, and its sacred Home Stone. And there they ordered him on his mission - to steal the Home Stone of the City of Ar, a mission that would bring him to almost certain death.

 
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