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In a time before time at the top of the world, in a harsh and unforgiving age of ice, courage will sustain three remarkable souls through trials as bitter as the chill winds of the eternal winter.

Claimed by a brutal, despised enemy, Kiin must sacrifice her love for the sake of her tribe and the safety of her children. Left widowed and helpless among the Whale Hunters, Kukutux now faces the impossible challenge of surviving alone. While Samiq, wounded and a hunter no more, must take up the mantle of leadership and guide a devastated people abandoned by their gods.

At the dawn of humanity, their extraordinary destinies intertwine. And through hardship and adventure, they endure, confronting the cruelty of man, fate and nature with the indomitable strength of heart and spirit.

©1994 Sue Harrison (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Delightful

The thrilling conclusion to this faraway trilogy. I've read them before, but this was the first time as audio. Wonderfully done, with an awesome reader. This is full of reunions, loss, and love. Absolutely wonderful.

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good read.

many characters to follow, but well developed . I enjoyed learning of the regional culture.

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read this book years ago and the other two, and i

I loved all 3 of these books, had to have them, and Holly Fielding wonderful she brought the story alive

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Choppy story line, Insomnia cure

Yes, it had a feel good ending, but this was the most disjointed book of the series. I was wondering for an hour or two on several threads, "but what about? " I wish I hadn't wasted a credit for this series. I kept thinking it would get better, based on reviews, but it never happened. This series moves into my list to cure insomnia. The narrator has no inflection, which makes for good sleeping.

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Great Series

I love all three books. I have read a few of books by Sue Harrison and I enjoy them all. I look forward to the next series. Great narrating by Holly Fielding.

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  • 08-26-20

Beautiful story, terrible narration!

Kiin is awoken by the anguished voice of her spirit screaming "as shrill as an oyster catcher's cry" as she mourns the cold blooded murder of her husband Amgigh. The text directions are very clear. But they are totally ignored by the narrator as she recites in a flat monotone, "Amgigh, Amgigh" .After killing her husband, the Walrus Hunter, Raven, has taken Kiin away from her tribe, her baby and her true love, and her spirit is screaming. She is mourning, she is in agony. and yet Holly Fielding sees fit to merely continue in her usual flat, emotionless voice. She insults this wonderful story with her deadpan delivery. it is a story full of emotional highs is and low's as it tells of the incredible sacrifice Kiin makes to save her tribe from the cold blooded hunter, Raven.
Holly fielding also miss pronounce is many of the elliot words miss notably (and irritatingly) Kiin's name!!! It clearly states in the text of the paperback version (which i have) that Kiin's name is pronounced "keen" — NOT "kit-in" with silent "t"!

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  • Hayley
  • 07-04-19

one of those stories where everything goes wrong

struggled to finish this but I was committed. the story is one where characters just make bad choices and that's what makes up the story.