Year of publication: 1968
Sequence of author: Chronicles of counter-earth(№3)
Sequence of publisher: Chronicles of counter earth
Priest-Kings of Gor
Epic science fiction
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PRIEST-KINGS OF GOR (Volume three of the Chronicles of Counter-Earth) by John Norman Chapter One THE FAIR OF EN’KARA I, Tarl Cabot, formerly of Earth, am one who is known to the Priest-Kings of Gor. It came about late in the month of En’Kara in the year 10,117 from the founding of the City of Ar that I came to the Hall of Priest-Kings in the Sardar Mountains on the planet Gor, our Counter-Earth. I had arrived four days before on tarnback at the black palisade that encircles the dreaded Sardar, those dark mountains, crowned with ice, consecrated to the Priest-Kings, forbidden to me, to mortals, to all creatures of flesh and blood. The tarn, my gigantic, hawklike mount, had been unsaddled and freed, for it could not accompany me into the Sardar. Once it had tried to carry me over the palisade into the mountains, but never again would I have essayed that flight. It had been caught in the shield of the Priest-Kings, invisible, not to be...