Read Guardsman of Gor by John Norman by John Norman by John Norman for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Gor /ˈɡɔːr/ is the Counter-Earth setting for an extended series of sword and planet novels by . of Gor (), DAW Books, Jason Marshall ISBN ; Guardsman of Gor (), DAW Books, Jason Marshall ISBN Listen to a sample or download Guardsman of Gor: Gorean Saga, Book 16 ( Unabridged) by John Norman in iTunes. Read a description of this audiobook.
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Showing of 1 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Volume 3 of the Jason Marshall trilogy is a book with a split personality. The first pages is nearly nonstop action and the last pages is nearly nonstop bondage play. When I started reading it, I ggor that John Norman had gone back to the good old days of emphasizing the adventure aspects of his creation.
It even took about 60 pages before ogr slave girl showed up, surely a record for all but the earliest volumes in the Gor series.
That said, the action in this volume is not up to the level of the Tarl Cabot books. Basically it consists of a protracted battle between pirates and the forces of the defending towns on the Vosk River.
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As such, it somewhat lacks variety compared to Cabot’s adventures but has scenes which are just as ludicrous, such as the one where Jason finds himself bound to the ram of an enemy ship but escapes by inducing eels to bite off his bonds. I’ve discovered that you can pretty much tell when you are in for a dissertation on the guardsmsn of bondage. Just count the pages in the chapter. The chapters in the first part of the book range from 2 to 19 pages.
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Those in the second part range from 16 to 58 pages. It’s not like he has something new to say that he hasn’t already said far too often. Give guwrdsmen a rest!
It’s really a shame. The Gor books could have been one of the all-time great action-adventure fantasy series. If only John Norman hadn’t ruined it with his obsession with bondage Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. April 19, – Published on Amazon. January 30, – Got on Amazon.
From slave to freedom Jason becomes the Gorean man he was dreamed to be. Taking on the enemy of the towns and getting the slave he wanted. December 17, – Published on Amazon.
Books of Gor from Norman aren’t very serious but i just can’t stop reading it. I recived this article quik and under protection.
December 12, – Published on Amazon. Guardsman of Gor culminates the trilogy centered on the new character of Jason Marshall, an everyday man who was abducted to Gor and forced into slavery. In the first two books Jason was bewildered at his circomstances, but his coming of age came when he escaped from slavery and gained his freedom. Like the great Fredrick Douglass Read My Bondage My FreedomJason escapes and forces his former owners and tormenters to learn the error of their ways.
Then he becomes a guardsman who fights against the pirates who are opressing the river towns of the Vosk River. This book was one of the few books where Norman went into detail concerning pirates, who had previously only been alluded to.
This was what enthralled me-and why I give it Four Stars. Seeing the fighting aboard vessels and the tactics that were used. I wish that Norman had gone into more details like these in his later books instead of boring us with verbose and pedantic ideas on the “superiority” of one gennder over another. I felt like saying: Now I want adventure and action with the principle characters!
Just theoretical discussions about what can and will and should be done, etc.
See my review concening the Seer King. The character Damastes Cimabue would give Tarl Cabot a serious run for his money.
June 13, – Published on Amazon. This book continues the story of Jason rather than Tarl, which is a nice change of pace from what most of the Gorean books have been up to this point. Get to Know Us. English Choose a language for shopping. Track your recent orders Use Your Account to view or change your orders. Visit the Help Vor. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands.
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