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Dancer of Gor Paperback – June 30, 2007
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Of these categories of stories this one is better than most to my taste. The action takes a bit larger portion of the book the chief protagonist has a lot happen to her. It's not a bad read although it took me a while to get through it as it got put aside for months - something that doesn't happen to better reads of Norman's.
But why does he have to go on and on about the same "all women need to be dominated, they just don't know it yet"-scenario?? Honestly!! Most of what he drones on about lasts for ages (it seems) and he puts it right in the middle of the action, as if the characters stop and rethink their whole lives every other minute. Okay, it's not really like that, but that's the feel I got when I read it. If he could just manage to refrain from all of this speculating and droning on about the same stuff, and improve his vocabulary to include other ways of adding to the story than "Too, ...", he would revolutionize the whole series! It's not a science project to be debated and justified, it's a fictional story! There are very few typos in his books, but he doesn't vary much in how he leads the reader on. So please Mr Norman, if you by chance read this: have someone help you vary your language and try reading other captivating books with an eye to see how the authors can keep their reader's interest. You have so much potential!
Personally, I'm a marathon reader: always lost in the books I read, devouring their words and characters - not wanting to miss a thing. With these books, I find my self skipping pages, anxious to know what will happen rather than read the justifying arguments he so lovingly dives into. I will dutifully read more of his books though, learning more about his planet of Gor - but in the future I hope his books will captivate me so that I wouldn't want to skip ahead.
(not my real name :-p)
but with an alien twist... i love this series.. .and the way it can speak to animal instincts