Year of publication: 1979
Sequence of author: Chronicles of counter-earth(№13)
Explorers of Gor
Epic science fiction
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EXPLORERS OF GOR (Volume thirteen in the Chronicles of Counter-Earth) by John Norman 1. I Talk With Samos She was quite beautiful. She knelt near the small, low table, behind which, cross-legged, in the hall of Samos, I sat. At this table, too, cross-legged, sat Samos. He faced me. It was early evening in Port Kar, and I had supped with Samos, first captain in the council of captains, that congress of captains sovereign in Port Kar. The hall was lit with burning torches. It contained the great map mosaic. We had been served our supper by the collared slave, who knelt near us. I glanced at her. She wore a one-piece tunic of rep-cloth, cut high at the thighs, to better reveal them, her steel collar, which was a lock collar, and her brand. The brand was the common Kajira mark of Gor, the first letter, about an inch and a half in height and a half inch in width, in cursive script, of the expression ‘Kajira’, which is the most common expression in...