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A prehistoric tale of the Pleistocene...the adventures of Bru, a Hunter of the Seven Rivers Tribe, as he goes up against saber-tooth tigers, cave bears and an alien race intent on clobbering his world....
Banished from his tribe after offending the chief, a hunter named Bru stalks into the tiger-haunted hills with only his stone knife and the furs on his back, determined to find some way to appease the chief so he might return to the tribe. For if he doesn't return soon, the girl he loves will be mated to a hated rival on the night of Wyrm.
Yet Bru's plans are thrown out of kilter when he runs afoul of a visitor from another world. Bizarrely instructed in science and physics beyond his simple ken, savage Bru finds himself making a deal with the mysterious outsider that will allow the hunter to return to his people.
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- Gilbert M. Stack
Brace Yourself, Things Are About to Get Even Worse
Bru the Hunter’s whole life is falling apart. Gla the worthless fire-feeder has just tricked the tribe into thinking he killed Tysk, the mighty tiger, and now Bru’s love Oona is to be married to Gla. To make matters worse, when Bru objects, the tribe turns on him. Outcast, Bru doesn’t think things could possibly get worse, but he is about to discover just how wrong a hunter can be.
Kidnapped by an alien creature from an extraordinarily advanced society, Bru will be tortured into becoming something radically different than he began—an extraordinarily intelligent well-educated man. And that is where this story truly begins for to return to his people and the woman he loves, Bru is going to have to go head to head with the galaxy’s most advanced civilization. They haven’t got a chance!
I found a lot more in this novel than the simple adventure story I thought I was reading. So brace yourself! While there’s plenty of adventure, you’ll also find heaping helpings of culture clash, hypocrisy and prejudice, and ultimately you’ll be forced to think about what it means to be human.
I loved this story in its e-book form, but no one can deny that Will Hahn’s narration adds something wonderful to an already great tale.
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