Cabot returns to Gor after a 7 year exile to Earth.,
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Outlaw of Gor (Taschenbuch)In this, the 2nd installment of the Counter-Earth saga, Cabot is finally returned to Gor after being exiled to planet Earth for reasons unknown.
This novel, which follows "Tarnsman of Gor" picks up with Cabot back on Earth in New York city. Cabot is greatly anguished at being separated from his city Ko-Ro-Ba, and his Free Companion, Talena of Ar. We get a peek at Cabot's persona, and how unfit he is for life on Earth after his exposure to life on Gor.
Upon his return to Gor, Cabot learns that the mysterious Priest-Kings of Gor have destroyed Ko-Ro-Ba, and decreed that no two men of that city may stand together without risking the wrath of the Priest-Kings.
Cabot sets forth to enter the forbidding Sardar mountains where legend says that the rulers of Gor reside, and demand an accounting of the Priest-Kings as to why his city was destroyed and its inhabitants forced to scatter before the winds. On the way Cabot passes through the city of Tharna, and learns that sometimes you cannot accept things at face value, when he is trapped into the slavery of the silver mines of Tharna.
Cabot eventually escapes, and the novel closes with him making his preparations to enter the Sardar mountains.