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Very good, actually - just bought the next book in the series and can't wait for the week-end to delve into it.Published 1 month ago by SublimingSun
I found the storyline fascinating. The premise of the narrative is that we exist alongside a parallel universe in which humanity developed along the Neanderthal branch of our... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Spears
Turns into an engaging, romantic hard (for me as least) science fiction novel!
Just the right antidote to my struggling enjoyment of more literary fiction.
Hominids (Neanderthal Parallax #1)
by Robert J. Sawyer
I read this back when Robert Sawyer was one of my favorite authors, though even at the time I couldn’t help... Read more
I read this for a 400 level paleoanthropology class, as a fun addition to the academic material, and it was great! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Brendan Bombaci
I have to admit, I never really gave Neanderthals that much thought until this book. The premise of the book was interesting and I enjoyed the anthropological discussions in the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by BellaGrace
Although fictional, this novel incorporates recent scientific theories and discovers. Good read. (For Sci-fi readers this is part one of a trilogy.)Published 7 months ago by BC
The story is still moving along from Book 1, but the writing seems poorly crafted.Published 8 months ago by jeffrey gaumer