A story of prehistoric North America. It is #4 in a series of North
American prehistory, but you do not have to have read the other books to understand and enjoy this book.
Well, it's a great book, in fact it's so great I have two copies. One I'm reading and one I ordered from another swapper. I like most of Gear's books, and I'm not disappointed with this one. Fast paced, the Gear team put together a fine story.
Fourth of the great anthropologically based series beginning with the settlement of the epi- glacial North American Continent and visiting tribal peoples over the next few thousand years. I loved them all.
A gripping new sega of pre-historic America that takes us to the Mississippe Valley and the tribe known as the Mound builders.
A great story about the people of Cahokia.
Saga of Prehistoric North America
Excellent reading. Truly insightful and creative. A delightful read that will at times bring tears to your eyes and other times make you smile.
3 stars. Saga about prehistoric north American Indians
A story about American Indians and river life
Along the lines of Auel's stories. Primitive life, shamans and snow. Book has spine creases but very clean and tight.
I personally did not read this series of 4 books, but my husband thouroughly enjoyed all 4.
This is the last book of the series I plan to read. All the books follow the same predictable formula. You would expect that books written by scientists would not contain so much mysticism and lot more real information. But the biggest problem with these books is that they are boring.