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  1. Prize of Gor (Gorean Saga)
    Prize of Gor (Gorean Saga)
    Prize of Gor (Gorean Saga)
    Prize of Gor (Gorean Saga)
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  2. Prize of Gor (Gorean Saga)

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    Customer Ratings (24 reviews)
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Ellen is a beautiful young slave girl on the planet Gor. But she was not always so lovely. For nearly sixty years, she was a woman of Earth, but life had largely passed her by. Then, following a chance encounter at the opera with a strangely familiar young man, she finds herself transported from Earth to Gor. Here she discovers the true identity of her kidnapper and his sinister motives. She is given a strange drug that reverses the aging process, turning back time itself, and once again she is the beautiful young woman she remembers from years before, so long ago. Now her adventures really begin. Men challenge one another to own her. To the victor go the spoils, but who will that victor be?
Rediscover this brilliantly imagined world where men are masters and women live to serve their every desire.
Prize of Gor is the 27th book in the Gorean Saga, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order. 

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John Norman
Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy
black & white illustrations
black & white illustrations
Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Well, as the first ebook after the series stopped being published in paperback it was definitely better then before. The endless repeating and fill that the paperbacks were full for the last 10 books has stopped; however, its still, for me very slow and doesn't add much to the over all plot. We see some side characters from previous books appear (all unnamed again) and we learn a little bit more about the Cos vs. Ar post war through the eyes of earth slave girl who (of course) wants to be a slave girl. I wish he would work more on plot and character development however. Basically its an improvement in writing style. We can only hope the next book continues the trend.
No surprises here. In all of the Gor books written from a woman's .point of view (Dancer of Gor, Witness of Gor, etc.) there is too much emphasis on how she feels and why she's a natural slave and on her development as a slave and how she's so happy. As a result there is very little movement in the plot of the politics of Gor and the interaction of the larger issues. Nobody reads these for those topics I know but the repetitive insistence on the natural slave and why we should care is completely out of balance with any narrative describing the politics and global issues on Gor. Other authors have a political philosophical point of view Ayn Rand and Anne Rice come to mind but they speak their piece and move on - of the 300 some pages 98% are this same line beaten to death in the prior books. I found this a slow read - where some of these books zip along. Maybe its ISIS and Boko Haram but right now in 2014 it's hard to develop much enthusiasm for slavery.
This book could be rated in many different ways. I've rated it simply as I enjoyed it, as what it meant for me. 5-stars. [Note: I've just read the latest two books, so the intro to my two reviews are the same, the specifics of the book differ... just in case you're looking at #27 & #28 and see my review twice.]

If you're not a John Norman fan, don't want to know about all the history nearly 30 books in a series can provide, the idea of females as slaves turns you off, or simply hate books with words you need to look up (Mr. Norman loves finding/using obscure words) not the book for you.

But, if you like any or all of those things (learning new words alone could recommend this book) then this is a book for you.

I'm not going to spend a lot of time going over history or how I am one of those people who like John Norman's work and have followed it over the last 30 years. I read my first Gor series book back in the mid-eighties when there were just 12... Read more
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