Year of publication: 1987
Sequence of author: Chronicles of counter-earth(№25)
Magicians of Gor
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John Norman Magicians of Gor (Chronicles of Counter-Earth-25) 1 The Street "Surely you understand the law, my dear," he said. She struggled in the net, dropped from the ceiling, then held about her by guardsmen sprung from concealment at the sides of the room. "No!" she cried. "No!" She was then turned about, twice in the net, on the couch so that she was thoroughly entangled, doubly, in its toils. "No!" she wept. The guardsmen, four of them, held the net. Her eyes were wild. Her fingers were in the knotted mesh. She was like a frightened animal. "Please," she wept. "What do you want?" The fellow did not then answer her, but regarded her. She was naked in the toils of the net, and now lay on her side, her legs drawn up in it, now seemingly, small and very vulnerable, so bared and caught, on the deep furs of the huge couch. "Milo!" she cried to a tall, handsome fellow to one side, "Help me!" "But I am a slave," pointed out...