Savage Eden

Savage Eden At a time between ice ages Golau a Cro Magnon hunter gatherer of the the Fire clan is pulled from a freezing lake and nursed back to health by an ethereal group of wandering Neanderthal In the mean

  • Title: Savage Eden
  • Author: K.M. Ashman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • At a time between ice ages, Golau, a Cro Magnon hunter gatherer of the the Fire clan, is pulled from a freezing lake and nursed back to health by an ethereal group of wandering Neanderthal In the meantime, miles away, his clan s peaceful existence is devastated by an attack from an unknown cannibalistic species, the Baal Some of the clan are killed but many are takeAt a time between ice ages, Golau, a Cro Magnon hunter gatherer of the the Fire clan, is pulled from a freezing lake and nursed back to health by an ethereal group of wandering Neanderthal In the meantime, miles away, his clan s peaceful existence is devastated by an attack from an unknown cannibalistic species, the Baal Some of the clan are killed but many are taken as prey by the Baal to their lands beyond the ice wall When Golau leads a rescue mission north, Inter species alliances are forged with the Neanderthal and barriers are broken down as the struggle for survival intensifies Meanwhile back in the clan, hunger and tragedy force the remaining clan members to embrace strange new ideas from a lowly teenage girl and a mentally challenged boy.A final bloody confrontation ensues, but not before Golau unveils the strange ancestry of the Neanderthal, a horrifying, truth about the Baal, and the uncertain future of humanity.

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    1. I’ve been looking for a good stone age novel ever since finishing the Earth’s Children series by Jean Auel. The first book in that series, Clan of the Cave Bear, got a little bogged down in the detail and minutiae, but it was driven by a compelling character drama that made the book. Unfortunately the series steadily declined until its conclusion, with hairline fissures of the Love Triangle and the Big Misunderstanding appearing in books two and three, descending into padded filler, bland an [...]

    2. All I can say is wow!I finally realize why I love KM Ashman novels. This book, as all of Ashman’s, bring the perfect recipe of history, battles, and romance. He would probably cringe at that thought but it’s true! I have not read an Ashman book yet that didn’t bring a tear when it came to relationships whether it be male, female or family. Savage Eden took me back in time to show interactions and survival between Neanderthal & Cro Magnon. Who knows if it might have been this way, but I [...]

    3. brilliantanother masterpiece from K M Ashman. he is quickly becoming one of my favorite writers. this is the fourth book I have read and this is even better than the Roman series which was incredibly well written.

    4. Intriguing ReadI really enjoyed this epic tale from prehistory. Although the concepts were far reaching for my modern mind, I soon became swept away by the tale. Ashman always does a wonderful job of telling stories steeped in drama and conflict; although there is romance, it never takes from the masculine action that I've come to expect. Definitely not your typical historical fiction, covering a topic that I've not read previously but it was worth the peak behind the cover.

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