By John Norman
Towns, even deepest participants, may well every now and then rent infantrymen. both to complement their indigenous forces, or to behavior specific ventures, possibly of reprisal, maybe even of acquisition. On Gor there are many mercenary businesses, a few greater, a few smaller, whose prone will be bought, or bid upon, for given sessions of time. The allegiance of those businesses is to their pay, and their captains. The forces of Cos and Tyros, robust maritime ubarates, and their allies, have now beached upon the mainland, and are using town of Torcodino as a repository for provides, preparatory to marching on a nigh-undefended and unprepared Ar. may still Ar fall the disinterested tolerances and neutralities, or even the stability of energy lengthy sustained among Ar and the nice maritime ubarates, issues which made attainable the life of the self reliant businesses, will vanish, a improvement threatening the very life of the self sustaining businesses. In a shock assault a mercenary captain, Dietrich of Tarnburg, seizes Torcodino, meaning to ward off the upcoming march opposed to Ar till she has time to arm and safeguard herself. Cabot, en path to Ar, has inadvertently been trapped in Torcodino while it used to be seized via Dietrich. He concurs to hold mystery and pressing letters for Dietrich, now besieged in Torcodino, to the management of Ar. Ar needs to act. but if Cabot arrives in Ar it's a urban riven via doubt and dissension, and treason. To whom shall the letters be introduced, and whom can he belief? Coinciding with the fortieth anniversary of the 1st ebook of the Gorean Saga, TARNSMAN OF GOR, E-Reads is proud to liberate the first actual whole e-book of all Gor books via John Norman, in either print and publication variants, 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 acceptance has continued. each one e-book of this unencumber has been especially edited by way of the writer and is a definitive textual content.