This book is bargain priced from 02/01/2014 until 02/14/2014
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A warrior, a princess and a wizard. Animism, shamanism, fertility reverence, astral polytheism, ancestor veneration. It all comes together in the heart of prehistoric Africa as the people of the Moon tribe fight for their freedom against an evil high chief and a horde of invading combatants bent on domination of the known world.
Feather Martinez, a modern-day archaeologist, uncovers the remains of anatomically modern humans beneath a bed of Neanderthal artifacts. Excavated objects lead her to suspect that these ancient people originated near the Virunga Volcanic complex bordering the present countries of Uganda and Rwanda.
Flash back to 120,000 years ago: East Africa during a warm period between the ice ages. Times are good for the people of the Moon tribe. They hunt. They fish. They gather the abundant natural bounty and make lots of babies. They live in peace.
A force of evil arises in the south. A storm of savagery moves north.
Zan-ra the rover leads his kin against the oppressive tyrant of an expanding chiefdom of tribes. Aided by the magic of Green-eye the shaman, he must strive to protect the princess Tessema, and so his people’s sacred line of ancestry.
Vastly outnumbered to a man and a woman, do the Moon tribe warriors have any chance of thrusting back this menace to their freedom?
Targeted Age Group: Adult
Book Price: $0.99
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Born in Nebraska, Jamie Rion was a cosmopolitan at an early age, having lived in Africa and East Asia. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering and worked for many years as a Computer and Software Engineer. His interests include Geography and Earth Science, Anthropology and Archaeology, Physics and Astronomy. Some of his major influences are the Sword & Sorcery of Robert E. Howard, the Science Fiction of Robert A. Heinlein and Isaac Asimov, and the Historical Fantasy of Poul Anderson. He also enjoys the gallows humor of Kurt Vonnegut.
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