Year of publication: 1972
Sequence of author: Chronicles of counter-earth(№7)
Captive of Gor
Epic science fiction
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CAPTIVE OF GOR (Volume seven in the Chronicles of Counter-Earth) by John Norman 1 The Brand The following account is written at the command of my master, Bosk of Port Kar, the great merchant, and, I think, once of the warriors. My name was Elinor Brinton. I had been independently wealthy. There is much I do not understand. Let others find what meaning they can in this narrative. I gather that my story is neither as unique, nor as strange, as it may seem. By the standards of Earth, I was regarded as extremely beautiful. Yet on this world I am a fifteen-goldpiece girl, more lovely than many, yet far excelled by many whose stunning beauty I can only envy. I was purchased for the kitchens of the house of Bosk. Traders, I have learned, ply the slave routes between this world and Earth. Women, among other goods, are acquired and brought to the markets of this strange world. If you are beautiful, and desirable, you many fear. Apparently they may do...