Introduction & Description
Slave Girl of Gor is the 11th book in the Gor series. The Gor series is written by John Norman. He is a Chicago-based author who specializes in crafting stories fit for adult/erotica, adventure, science fiction, and sword & planet genre lovers.
Slave Girl of Gor was released in 1977 by DAW Books. Since it was first released, it now has 26 editions available. Similar to most of the previous installments that it succeeded, this book also has a Kindle, e-book and Audio CD version.
Another unsuspecting woman from Earth, this time in the character of Judy Thornton, finds herself transported into the brutal and male-dominated Counter-Earth. As Judy wanders around, she inevitably becomes a new slave-in-training for the men of Gor.
Unbeknownst to Judy’s Masters and to the Priest-Kings of Gor, Judy is more than what she appears to be. As it turns out, the fate and survival of Gor in Judy’s hands. She possesses the power to destroy the entire Counter-Earth.
Will Judy’s appearance signify the end for all that embodies Gor?
Awards & Reviews
This installment (and the entire Gor series) has gained mixed reactions from its readers. At best, each book individually garners an average of 3.5-4.5 stars. This means that despite being lambasted for its repetitive narrative and underdeveloped characters, Slave Girl of Gor sets off to provide a wider exploration of the Counter-Earth universe through a fresher pair of eyes. It intensifies its erotic themes all while keeping readers riled up with all the impending action and confrontation about to take place—particularly the battle between the Priest-Kings of Gor and the Kur-Monsters.