Beasts of Gor




      Beasts of Gor
In this, the twelfth book in the famous Gor series, the fight for survival on the primitive, Earthlike world, Gor, continues with a ferocity that matches the rest of the series On Gor, there are three different kinds of beings that are labeled beasts there are the Kurii, a monster alien race that is preparing to invade Gor from space the Gorean warriors, who fight with viciousness almost primitive in its blood lust and then there are the slave girls of Gor, lowly beasts for men to do with as they see fit, be it as objects of labor or desire Now all three come together as the Kurii fight to take over Gor with its first beachhead on the planet s polar ice cap As all three kinds of beasts struggle together, an incredible adventure is told, one that begins in lands of burning heat and ends up in the bitter cold of the polar north among the savage red hunters of the polar ice pack Coinciding with the 40th anniversary of the first book of the Gorean Saga, TARNSMAN OF GOR, E Reads is proud to release the very first complete publication of all Gor books by John Norman, in both print and ebook editions, including the long awaited 26th novel in the saga, WITNESS OF GOR Many of the original Gor books have been out of print for years, but their popularity has endured Each book of this release has been specially edited by the author and is a definitive text. New Download Kindle ePUB Beasts of Gor Author John Norman – heartforum.co.uk

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread forinformationJohn Norman, real name John Lange, was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1931 His best known works, the Gor novels, span 31 books written 1967 to 2012, plus three installments of the Telnarian Histories, two other fiction works and a non fiction paperback Mr Norman is married and has three children.

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  • Paperback
  • 444 pages
  • Beasts of Gor
  • John Norman
  • English
  • 26 August 2019
  • 0879973633

10 thoughts on “ Beasts of Gor

  1. Johnny Hazelnut says:

    Is the 12th in John Norman s destined never to end cavalcade of sword and planet cum BDSM novels, the Chronicles of Gor, which means it immediately follows the irremediable Slave Girl of Gor that I have already derided on here.Now, when someone suggested I trash the Gorean novels on here, this one didn t immediately spring to mind as being particularly horrific Not compared to its predecessor, which is narrated by a Chained Naked Slave Girl who gets well used every verse end, and not compared Is the 12th in John Norman s destined never to end cavalcade of...

  2. Choko says:

    This could have been good, if only 2 3 of the book was not there The story, if Norman ever stuck to it, could be fun, but he spends 75%of the time dogmatising about the virtues of female slavery and the joys of being a girl slave, while we have to look for the story line with a magnifying glass The adventure could have been jolly if every second sentence was not trying to convince us that we really, really want to be slaves and that is all us women are good for Now, I have nothing against This could have been good, if only 2 3 of the book was not there The story, if Norman ever stuck to it, could be fun, but he spends 75%of the time dogmatising about the virtues of female slavery and the joys of being a girl slave, while we have to look for the story line with a magnifying glass The adventure could have been jolly if every second sentence was not trying to convince us that we really, really want to be slaves and that is all us women are good for Now, I have nothing against the expression of this concept, but I do not need to be indoctrinated in the same way ever since book 4, over and over again Yes, I got that he t...

  3. Butterflykatana says:

    Snow, Ice and BDSM Oh My insert here George Takei The Beasts of Gor was fun and creative I loved that the red hunter Imnak was without songs of his own, it s things like that that keep me enchanted with the author and his books The adventures and swashbuckling of Tarl Cabot is upon us again as he heads to the far frozen north of Gor in this book He has me happily in a canoe hunting sea sleen by hand harpoon and the air is crisp and clear as the northern lights dance The book has a few Snow, Ice and BDSM Oh My insert here George Takei The Beasts of Gor was fun and creative I loved that the red hunter Imnak was without songs of his own, it s things like that that keep me enchanted with the author and...

  4. Alex says:

    no spoilers I gave this book three stars, but only because half stars aren t possible, in which case I would have given it two and a half In terms of enjoyability, readability, and quality I would put this book squarely between Marauders of Gor 9 , which I gave two stars, and Tribesmen of Gor 10 , which I gave three.The basic plot of Beasts of Gor is solid and worthy of the series This time we have our hero, Tarl, making his way northward to the polar regions of Gor to fight the Kurii no ...

  5. Darth says:

    I gave this 4 stars because I think I am finally learning the way to read the Gor books.To anyone not familiar, the Gor books are about 20 25 % story, and about 75 80 % needless description of things that dont exist doctrine on how ALL women are slaves at heart if there was just a man strong enough to beat them into submissive figuratively literally.This books story was better than most, it really has Tarl going all over the place and doing all kinds of things we havent seen him do I gave this 4 stars because I think I am finally learning the way to read the Gor books.To anyone not familiar, the Gor books are about 20 25 % story, and about 75 80 % needless description of things that dont exist doctrine on how ALL women are slaves at heart if there was just a man strong enough to beat them into submissive figuratively literally.This books story was better than most, it really has Tarl going all over the place and doing all kinds of things we havent seen him do before I enjoyed the meandering of the voyage in this book It didnt seem too wandering, though there were plenty of changes of scenery It didnt feel rushed to a conclusion.This books doctrine was as bad as it gets, although, mostly delivered with a wink and a smile The raped slaves cry out for , not for the rape ...

  6. Christian West says:

    Finally, back to a book with some plot Hero Tarl has had an attempt made on his life and he s mad So what does he do Travels to watch a chess game Then afterwards he travels north to find some baddies Along the way he meets some Inuit, enslaves some girls, and waxes lyrical about all the pleasures a girl must have being a slave.If you skip chapter 15 a tedious conversation with his slave girl about how she is gagging for rape and any paragraphthan 5 lines long which will be either Finally, back to a book with some plot Hero Tarl has had an attempt made on his life and he s mad So what does he do Travels to watch a chess game Then afterwards he travels north to find some baddies Along the way he meets some Inuit, enslaves some girls, and waxes lyrical about all the pleasures a girl ...

  7. J.M. says:

    John Norman s extensive GOR series finally lost me here After the magical summer of 84, this line of books released its hold on me and I daresay most of the 3 and 4 star ratings I ve given this series wouldn t ho...

  8. David Mann says:

    As always I am conflicted about writing reviews for these books, let alone reading them As has been the case since the first few books of the series, the text is clogged up with endless touting of the virtues of female slavery in a fetishistic manner Nevertheless the book advances the general theme of the series the background battle between the beast like Kurii and the strange Priest Kings, two alien species who hold the fate of Gor and presumably Earth too in their metaphoric hands Tarl As always I am conflicted about writing reviews for these books, let alone reading them As has been the case since the first few books of the series, the text is clogged up with endless touting of the virtues of female slavery in a fetishistic manner Nevertheless the book advances the general theme of the series the background battle between the beast like Kurii and the strange Priest Kings, two alien species who hold the fate of Gor and presumably Earth too in their metaphoric hands Tarl Calbot, who has somehow gone from mild mannered college professor to greatest warrior on Gor while simultaneously degenerating into a feminist s nightmare, is drawn to the far North of Gor, where he seeks a particular Kur whose attention he has attracted If you filter out the unpalatable aspects, this is not a bad entry in the series That which continues to draw me to the books is their travelogue aspect Once again a new area of Gor is explored, along with its peoples, customs, flora and fa...

  9. Jeff J. says:

    Fun entry in the Gor series, as Tarl Cabot travels to the polar region and battles the invading Kurii The author doesn t dwell as much on slave girls as in the previous couple books but there is still enough to be creepy.

  10. Bill Meyer says:

    Not enough story

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