The African Moonstone

| June 6, 2013


The African Moonstone

Spear and Sorcery. The “Out of Africa” theory. Some fantasies get out of control . . .

A realistic portrayal of prehistoric peoples based on current theories of anthropology and archaeology. Strong, believable female characters born to an egalitarian culture. Graphic, intense battle scenes. Even the apparent sorcery rings true. A sensuous midnight celebration of the full moon that you will not want to miss!

Fans of Robert E. Howard (Conan the Barbarian) will love this flamboyant, fast‑paced, action‑packed fantasy tale. Fans of Jean M. Auel (Clan of the Cave Bear) will appreciate this authentic depiction of the African ancestors of the European Cro‑Magnon.

The people of the Moon tribe hunt, gather, live and love on the high East African Lake Plateau—until threatened by the evil despot of an expanding chiefdom of tribes. Zan‑ra the rover, Tessema the tribal princess, and Green‑eye the shaman call on their gods and their ancestors as the Moon tribe fights for its freedom. Modern‑day archaeologists find their remains in Western Asia and speculate in light of the current theories on human origins.


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