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Ravens Choice Replacement Chronicles #1

What possible link could Mark Hayek an introverted twenty first century research scientist have to Raven a young woman who lived during the late Pleistocene It has everything to do with an encounter between a band of Early Modern Humans and a group of Neanderthals intent on hunting bisonAfter an injured Neanderthal hunter is taken captive Raven––as a healer––feels she has no o. This is my first foray into prehistoric fiction It s never really appealed before not sure why but I found this fascinating and totally intriguing Mark Heyek from the Parkinson s Institute is a research scientist working in the field of genetics Having sent a saliva sample to Genetics and Me Inc for further research into Parkinson s disease and as lead collaborator he is invited to attend a meeting What follows is an amazing fictional although based on scientific knowledge look back at the genetics that make up modern manThe story transports us back thousands of years and introduces Raven a healer who has lost her husband and because she s also childless has been banished from her tribe Raven s sister Willow has persuaded her mate Bear to allow Raven to join their own tribe As Bear is bringing Raven home they happen upon a group of trespassing Neanderthals hunting Bison one of whom is seriously hurt during the hunt After Bear s group have taken possession of the Bison meat and the Longheads have been sent on their way the injured Neanderthal is taken back to Bear s tribe Bear doesn t want to provoke a war between the tribes so Raven tends to his injuries until he is released Raven feels an affinity with the Longhead and when she awakens one morning to find him gone she follows him to say goodbye The idea that the choices Raven makes would impact on the genetic history of modern man is incredibly thought provokingRaven s hard and sometimes cruel world is brought vividly to life and even though she has been taken into her sister s tribe her life as a woman in those times is not her own She s entirely at the mercy of the tribe leader and bound by their way of life as is shown by Bear s conduct towards herNot only is the order and ranking in tribal law detailed but also how Early Modern Humans and Neanderthals might have come into contact and reacted with each other As Mark finds out many people including himself carry Neanderthal genes although he ll never know for sure the exact circumstances that brought about this occurrence But it signifies that Early Modern Man didn t take the place of extinct Neanderthals but rather the races mixed and interbred which is proved by the presence of Neanderthal DNA in present day man It s such an interesting approach to how life might have been all those years ago and even so because it s a very credible scenario A wonderfully researched dramatic and detailed narrative sets the scene for forthcoming instalments of The Replacement Chronicles which I look forward to following

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Ption but to become his advocate Her own survival soon becomes doubtful when the band’s leader threatens to cast her out onto the steppe for what he sees as dangerous willfulness Raven feels an unexpected empathy for the mysterious Neanderthal But while trying to preserve his life and health will she go so far as to commit what could be the worst error of her own life Mark Hayek wil. Commingling with NeanderthalsFinding Neanderthal DNA in modern humans means the Neanderthals did not die out totally but interbread with other humanoids that resulted in modern humans A fictional account of how that might have happened is well written I only wished it was longer than it was

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L never find out that Raven faced a frightening dilemma But if he did know he would understand that the present reality exists because of choices made in the past As meticulously researched as Jean Auel’s Earth Children series but with the benefit of recent discoveries this novella is an updated story revealing how contact between Neanderthals and Early Humans had surprising results. Good bookGood book that flows well I liked how it was put together I will read it again sometime Thank you


10 thoughts on “Ravens Choice Replacement Chronicles #1

  1. says:

    freebie It was very short and somewhat disconnected the premise being a young man who finds he has Neanderthal DNA and then we flash back to the young girl who has intercourse with a Neanderthal and introduced the humans to it Not particular

  2. says:

    This is my first foray into prehistoric fiction It’s never really appealed before not sure why but I found this fascinating and totally intriguing Mark Heyek from the Parkinson’s Institute is a research scientist working

  3. says:

    Raven's choice is a short historical fiction book just fifty seven pages long and the first book in The Replacement Chronicles series It's like a tantalising introduction to what there is to come The book has two time settings the first is California in the twenty first century the second is set in the late Pleistocene era think early manIn t

  4. says:

    Don't read this book Really not worth itReasons1 It's like this first book which should be the first of a trilogy is the firts chapter of a book a catch for us to buy the others since the first is free It has only 52 pages against 303 of the

  5. says:

    Commingling with NeanderthalsFinding Neanderthal DNA in modern humans means the Neanderthals did not die out totally but interbread with other humanoids that resulted in modern humans A fictional account of how t

  6. says:

    Very good read as good as the series of The Clan of the Cave BearI enjoy reading these kinds of books that go along with some of the modern discoveries These books help to familiarize us with our past

  7. says:

    Not actually a storyThis was a chapter or two There was so much that this story could have been and I was so engrossed in it but then it ended Really? It took all of 20 minutes to read

  8. says:

    Good short storyEnjoyed this very much but I wanted of the story Reminded me of Clan of the Cave Bear which I enjoyed many years ago

  9. says:

    Good bookGood book that flows well I liked how it was put together I will read it again sometime Thank you

  10. says:

    This book was for free on and the reviews on Goodreads convinced me it would be worthwhileSadly this book is a dissapointment I don't know why it gets compared to Jean M Auels series and the like It is so short that one cannot even say much about it Obviously this little tidbit is supposed to make the readers buy the rest of the series Maybe those books are better This one however was very superficial Also it's supposed

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