Year of publication: 1982
Sequence of author: Chronicles of counter-earth(№17)
Savages of Gor
Epic science fiction
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SAVAGES OF GOR (Volume seventeen in the Chronicles of Counter-Earth) by John Norman 1 Kog and Sardak; The Parley in the Delta "How many are there?" I asked Samos. "Two." he said. "Are they alive?" I asked. "Yes," he said. At the second Ahn, long before dawn, the herald of Samos had come to the lakelike courtyard of my holding in many-canalled Port Kar, that place of manyships, scourge of Thassa, that dark jewel in her gleaming green waters. Twicehas he struck the bars of the sea gate, each time with the Ka-la-na shaft of hisspear, not with the side of its broad tapering bronze point. The signet ring, ofSamos of Port Kar, first captain of the council of captains, was displayed. Iwould be roused. The morning, in early Spring, was chilly. "Does Tyros move?" I asked blond-haired Thurnock, that giant of a man, he ofpeasants, who had come to rouse me. "I think not, Captain," said he. The girl beside me pulled the furs up about her...