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"Dance of the Tiger" is a wonderful book in many respects. Unfortunately, it is also a hurried book that does not complete explanations. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by M.B.
What more could we ask? Written by a paleoanthropologist, with an introduction by Stephen Jay Gould - all while managing to be a truly compelling novel. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DANN ANTHONY
At best I would rate this for "Young Adults". The cute names given to the neanderthals drove me to distraction.Published 7 months ago by Erich K
In comparison to Reindeer Moon by Elizabeth M Thomas, well - there is no comparison. Dance of the Tiger seems more appropriate for the adolescent reader.Published 17 months ago by Jessie Coe
Tiger is a young man coming of age in the strange world of Ice Age Scandinavia. When the men of his tribe are annihilated by an unknown enemy, and Tiger is left for dead, he is... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kurt A. Johnson
To be honest, this is a one-star novel, but I feel like I'm kicking a dog when I come down hard on this book, so I'll give an extra star for effort and risk-taking. Read morePublished on February 11, 2010 by Seoigheach
This novel reads so fast it comes dangerously close to being considered light reading. However, it's author Björn Kurtén was a real-life anthropologist and he formed... Read morePublished on September 14, 2007 by J. A. Eyon
This book didn't really appeal to me as a work of historical fiction, didn't come across as realistic or even plausible.Published on December 1, 2002 by Heather H.
I HAVE BEEN READING MANY PREHISTORIC NOVELS IN THE LAST YEAR AND
HAVE ENJOYED JUST ABOUT EVERY BOOK. THIS IS THE FIRST BOOK THAT
REALLY WASTED MY TIME. Read more