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Tarnsman of Gor
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Tarnsman of Gor Volume 7
Tarnsman of Gor

John Norman
Issued: June 1970
Tandem Science Fantasy
SBN 426045467
Cover illustration by Gerald Wood
224 pages

First published by Ballantine Books in 1966.

Publisher's Blurb
Snatched from the 20th century to the barbaric world 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.

'Excellent, imaginative science fiction - the first of a series. If its successors are as good as this they will be worth waiting for'
East Fife Mail

John Norman, author of this brilliantly imaginative tale, is a young American with a splendid future in the science fantasy field. This is the first of a series on the adventures of Tarl Cabot, one-time earthman of our day, destined to become a mighty swordsman and battle chief on the planet Gor.

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