Shaman: A novel of the Ice Age

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Little, Brown Book Group, Sep 3, 2013 - Fiction - 464 pages
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An award-winning and bestselling SF writer, Kim Stanley Robinson is widely acknowledged as one of the most exciting and visionary writers in the field. His latest novel, 2312, imagined how we would be living 300 years from now. Now, with his new novel, he turns from our future to our past - to the Palaeolithic era, and an extraordinary moment in humanity's development. An emotionally powerful and richly detailed portrayal of life 30,000 years ago, it is a novel that will appeal both to his existing fans and a whole new mainstream readership.

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User Review  - ajlewis2 - LibraryThing

I listened to the audiobook and I think that made this book more enjoyable than it would have been in print. The narrator set a fitting tone and brought out the nature of the various characters. I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ma_Washigeri - LibraryThing

Had to skip through this detailed account of life in the stone age. Written well but wallowing in detail does not necessarily make a narrative more interesting. And regular comments on 'spurting' from ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Kim Stanley Robinson is a winner of the Hugo, Nebula and Locus awards. He is the author of over twenty previous books, including the bestselling Mars trilogy and the highly acclaimed Forty Signs of Rain. He lives in Davis, California.

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