Rebels of Gor Book Review (2020)

John Norman’s popular long-lasting Gorean Saga is here again with the 33rd book of the epic Gor series that holds over 35 books that have been written during a period of almost 60 years.

He has managed to come up with such an epic fantasy and science fiction story mix that have sold millions of copies worldwide and acquired many, many fans. You will definitely see why people adore the Gor book series so much after this book review of Rebels of Gor and why the story is so addictive as well as why people can’t wait to get the next book after finishing one.

The story of Rebels of Gor will be more easier to understand after you have read a previous book from the series, called Mariners of Gor. This novel talks about something that we found about in that book, what was considered to be just a myth and a legend ship that actually turned out to be real, Tersites.

You read about the amazing voyage that the same ship started, all of the dangers the ship and the crew themselves faced, both from the unknown, dangerous, and vast waters and from within the ship, scary and weird mysteries were in front of the characters as they would test them upon their arrival at the World’s End.

In the previous book that we mentioned in this book review of Rebels of Gor, this mysterious place called World’s End was then an unknown and uncharted location of a few islands that held truly wondrous mysteries. But now, as the Gorean Saga continues, World’s End is a familiar place to many that is a highly desired territory for two technologically advanced species that hold great power for destruction.

One of the mentioned species are the Kurii, they are a predatory race that lives in a very imperialistic system but are true savages and killers as well, as they do not let anything or anyone stand in the way of what they truly desire as you can see from the book itself as well as from our review of Rebels of Gor. The other species are the Priest-Kings, known in the book as the Gods of Gor, they are a truly secretive and mysterious race that do not show their intentions immediately.

Now, these once unfamiliar and treacherous islands at World’s End present a gaming board that these two species fight over to see who will be declared the victor and obtain the territory. This battle is not only affecting them as something is going on here that will affect the whole fate of Gor and maybe it will even reach the fate of the entire Earth as well.

From what you can see from this Rebels of Gor book review, this battle might look like just a battle for territory, but only few in the book will grasp the true nature of this fight that will determine a huge outcome.