Savages of Gor

Savages of Gor by John Norman

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The Kur came to Port Karl! Two of the terrible space beasts came to make Tarl Cabot an offer. They were a death-squad seeking the renegade Kur commander, the great Half-Ear whom Tarl had once fought against in the Far North. But Tarl refused their offer, for Half-Ear was more valuable to the Priest-Kings alive than to the Kur dead. And now he knew it was imperative for him to save that monster from the doom that would fast overtake him.

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John Norman (John Norman) - real name John Frederick Lange, Jr.

(John Frederick Lange, Jr.). Born June 3, 1931 in Chicago (Illinois). Father John Frederick Lange, mother Almyra D.

(Taylor) Lange. Married January 14, 1956, wife Birnice (Bernice L.

Green), three children John, David and Jennifer. In 1953 he received his bachelor`s degree from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. In 1957 he received his master`s degree from the University of Southern California at Los Angeles. In 1963 he defended his doctoral dissertation in philosophy at Princeton. He worked in the Department of Philosophy at Queens College in New York. He made his debut in science fiction with the novel "Tarnsman Mountain" (1967), which opened a series of two and a half dozen fantasy-adventure books about the planet Horus. Actually, this cycle is Norman`s main contribution to fiction. In the 90s, three novels of the new Telnarian cycle were also published. Since then, he has written 26 books. From the la...

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John Norman (John Norman) - real name John Frederick Lange, Jr. (John Frederick Lange, Jr.). Born June 3, 1931 in Chicago (Illinois). Father John Frederick Lange, mother Almyra D. (Taylor) Lange. Married January 14, 1956, wife Birnice (Bernice L. Green), three children John, David and Jennifer. In 1953 he received his bachelor`s degree from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. In 1957 he received his master`s degree from the University of Southern California at Los Angeles. In 1963 he defended his doctoral dissertation in philosophy at Princeton. He worked in the Department of Philosophy at Queens College in New York. He made his debut in science fiction with the novel "Tarnsman Mountain" (1967), which opened a series of two and a half dozen fantasy-adventure books about the planet Horus. Actually, this cycle is Norman`s main contribution to fiction. In the 90s, three novels of the new Telnarian cycle were also published. Since then, he has written 26 books. From the late 1980s to 2001, the Gore series books were not published - publishers refused to print them, frightened by feminists and pseudo-humanists. He is currently writing his twenty-seventh book about Cabot (2008). ... 2016 - 34th book of the series "Gor" - Plunder of Gor