By John Norman
The maritime ubarate of Cos, together with her allies, is mounting an assault on Ar on fronts, from the south with an incredible invasion strength and within the north with an expeditionary strength besieging Ar's Station, Ar's base of strength within the huge arable basin of Gor's mightiest river, the Vosk. Dietrich of Tarnburg, a mercenary, has seized Torcodino within the south, with its shops of army offers, to quickly halt the march of Cos on Ar, to shop for Ar time to arrange for her safeguard. Cabot has introduced letters from Dietrich to the regent of Ar, Gnieus Lelius, apprising him of the city's threat and the location at Torcodino, and he has, in flip, been entrusted with letters from the regent to be dropped at the besieged Ar's Station. In advantage of treason in Ar, her major forces were drawn clear of town and at the moment are are wintering at Holmesk. therefore Ar is considerably defenseless and Ar's Station is deserted. At Ar's Station Cabot, betrayed via the very missives he conveyed, is arrested as a secret agent. within the destruction wrought in Ar's Station via siege engines Cabot escapes his imprisonment. Shall he then flee Ar's Station, making his solution to freedom via its miseries and desolations, its ruins and flames, or shall he stay, to shield, as he can, to the loss of life, if desire be, her weakened, betrayed, ravenous defenders, those that have been his very captors? Coinciding with the fortieth anniversary of the 1st ebook of the Gorean Saga, TARNSMAN OF GOR, E-Reads is proud to unlock the first actual entire booklet of all Gor books by means of John Norman, in either print and e-book variations, together with the long-awaited twenty sixth novel within the saga, WITNESS OF GOR. a few of the unique Gor books were out of print for years, yet their recognition has continued. each one ebook of this free up has been especially edited via the writer and is a definitive textual content.
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The maritime ubarate of Cos, along with her allies, is mounting an assault on Ar on fronts, from the south with a huge invasion strength and within the north with an expeditionary strength besieging Ar's Station, Ar's base of strength within the tremendous arable basin of Gor's mightiest river, the Vosk. Dietrich of Tarnburg, a mercenary, has seized Torcodino within the south, with its shops of army offers, to briefly halt the march of Cos on Ar, to shop for Ar time to arrange for her safeguard.
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The moon had taken on its full speed; a little spray of cloud escaped from under its sinking weight. I remembered my tremendous youth, that time when, by whatever divination, I had been delivered over to the . . 22 . . ” Now I understood that great blue gaze of my father’s when, returning from those summer months when I had followed after Massot the shepherd, pale from the green of the grass and emitting the scent of fennel, I entered the workshop where he had remained crouched over. So it wasn’t the health of the flesh that he felt in me when, seizing me by the shoulders, he planted me in front of him to look, before embracing me.
The sheep rose, the mules rose, we had to follow. And we began walking again over the wide earth in the roiling dust. And so I went, thinking of nothing but the suffering of my flesh, until it brought me to tears, nothing but this great spine of fatigue running through me, until evening, when we made a twelve-hour-long stop in a village as cool and leafy as a peach on a tree. My two companions slept. As soon as the noise died down, and then its echo in the leaves of the high elms, I heard the song of the fountains.
When you carry away with you the words “masters of beasts,” and the mute music of the pine-lyre, you are no longer the man you were before. You have taken a step toward the countries beyond the air; you are already beyond the air. The ordinary world passes just against your back. Before you opens the wide plain of clouds, and all your skin expands under the suction of those unknown lands. I have always remembered how that night ended. Dawn came. I knew it because the eyes of the sheep all went out at the same time.