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In this sixth book in the Gorean series, former earthman Tarl Cabot finds himself in the most depraved city that Gor has to offer. Port Kar is a city of robbers, brigands and men without allegiance to any cause or kingdom where the weak are quickly consumed by the strong. However, Tarl Cabot is able to flourish in the cutthroat environment of the city, for he is a powerful Tarnsman, used to having his way. He finds that there is much to learn in Port Kar, where the people are celebrated for their skill of training their voluptuous slaves into utter obedience.

The saga continues: listen to more in the Gorean series.
©2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.; 1973 John Norman

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  • Garland
  • Deltona, FL, United States
  • 12-23-11

As good as it gets

Where does Raiders of Gor rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I am a big fan of Norman and fast becoming one of Lister. I was very apprehensive when I first stared listening to the books since I have read all of them, but each one I listen to gets better. I just hope they will continue publishing them.

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Frustrating masterpiece. Might be Norman's best.

What a multi-faceted story. The last section (15 minutes) of this book is one of my favorite sections of all literature. Yet the first third of this book was extremely frustrating and I would not have continued had I not had such a love for the book series. I love Tarl Cabert. I love the blend of his rich courageous character, strong manhood and kindness. Across the series he has these little stupidities and miscommunications but he's always a very lovable character. However, and this book he goes to the dark side in a way. I know now this was a part of the authors plan. I guess I too am far too human like Tarl, wanting to keep believing the myths about myself...just like mist of us.

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skipping

another wonderful dive into for. the audio book though skips forward in a couple places losing a few sentences which tends to break the immersion.

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how a man finds himself

Would you consider the audio edition of Raiders of Gor to be better than the print version?

yes due to the fact you get a better sense of the action

What did you like best about this story?

the fact Tarl found himself not to be all he thought himself to be that he os just as human on Gor. as he is on earth not super hero

What does Ralph Lister bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

the different personality of each person

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

bring a city together

Any additional comments?

it also broght anger out in me for bosk and his getting drunk a lot

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This Book Needs 5 Hour Energy

Raiders of Gor includes Sword Fights, Battles on Land and Sea, and Beautiful Sex Slaves. But this book is . . . Boring

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  • michael
  • WOODVILLE, OHIO, United States
  • 03-04-13

Gorean Saga

The Gorean series is basically Conan the barbarian meets a smut novel on another world. There's lots of violent battles and vicious giant man eaters with a dash BDSM. The series gets a little repetitive as the books go on but not to badly for a 20 plus book series. If you liked the John Carter in 'A Princess of Mars' series most likely you'll enjoy these books there very similar. I prefer the Gorean series myself, except the ones narrated by women which I haven't bought so don't know if there good or not I personal dislike women narrates.

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  • jimbob21
  • 07-25-11

Raiders of GOR

I found the 6th book diffrant to the last five were tarl was all way the hero in this one he seemed lost and falling in to bad situation after another but i found it just as gripping as the last ones. i would recommend it to any one.

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  • James
  • 12-10-12

One of my favorites of the series...

Again, read greatly by Ralph Lister, still love this book and the series, MORE GOR SAGA PLEASE!!!

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  • David
  • 06-06-17

darker

loved it as always. definatly took a different direction but still what I expected from the series. will be getting the next book