Year of publication: 1976
Sequence of author: Chronicles of counter-earth(№10)
Tribesmen of Gor
Epic science fiction
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TRIBESMEN OF GOR (Volume ten of the Chronicles of Counter-Earth) by John Norman 1 The Hall of Samos There were bells, three rows of them, small and golden, thonged tightly about the girl’s left ankle. The entire floor of the chamber, shining, richly mosaiced, broad, reflecting the torchlight, was a map. I watched the girl. Her knees were slightly bent. Her weight was on her heels, freeing her hips. Her rib cage was lifted, but her shoulders, relaxed, were down. Her abdominal muscles, too were relaxed. Loose. Her chin was lifted, haughtily. She did not deign to look at us. Dark hair flowed behind her. “There are many things I do not understand,” said Samos to me. I reached for a slice of larma fruit and bit through it. “Yet,” said Samos, “I think it is important that we come to the truth in this matter.” I regarded the vast map on the floor of the chamber. I could see, high on the map, Ax Glacier, Torvaldsland, and Hinjer and Skjern,...