The Reindeer Hunters

The Reindeer Hunters

When a fierce band of British tribes arrives in the Pyrenees mountains, the native tribes, faced with the loss of their livelihood, unite to fight the newcomers for their very survival. This is the third novel in a prehistoric trilogy....

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Title:The Reindeer Hunters
Author:Joan Wolf
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Genres:Historical
ISBN:The Reindeer Hunters
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:464 pages pages

The Reindeer Hunters Reviews

  • Kelli
    May 21, 2008

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

  • Gaile
    Sep 04, 2010

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

  • Emily
    Jul 04, 2017

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

  • Jacqueline Moran
    Sep 25, 2011

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Margaret
    Nov 02, 2011

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Samantha
    Mar 02, 2012

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Cherie Singer
    Mar 10, 2012

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Janie
    Oct 04, 2015

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Kirsten
    Apr 24, 2012

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Linda
    Jun 14, 2012

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Rowanmorgaine
    Oct 22, 2012

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Nancy
    Feb 12, 2014

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Barbara Brabank
    Mar 14, 2013

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Jackie
    Jun 02, 2014

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Mat Crawford
    Nov 02, 2014

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Margaret
    Feb 18, 2013

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Judith Reed
    Feb 13, 2013

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

  • Brooke
    May 19, 2013

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Jewells Rogue
    Apr 21, 2013

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Madelyn Petri
    Jan 15, 2014

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Sherry Hill
    Feb 08, 2014

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Jennifer Mckenna
    Sep 24, 2016

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Ramona Allison
    Apr 15, 2014

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Maggie Brace
    Aug 26, 2014

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Kate
    Sep 03, 2014

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Lauri Saplad
    Apr 25, 2015

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

  • Layla Gravely
    Feb 23, 2015

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Marianne-Ruwell
    Sep 17, 2015

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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  • Natasha
    Sep 15, 2016

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

  • Heather Jackson
    Mar 05, 2017

    3.5 stars. My favorite of the series. Since the end of The Horsemasters, the Kindred and the Norakamo have learned to live together. They no longer go to war against each other, but they do regularly raid each other's horses. During one of these horse raids, Nevin of the Kindred is ...

    Third in the sequel of Joan Wolf's prehistoric novels, I enjoyed this one as much as the first two. In this one, the tribe must fight a tribe who migrated from Britain due to warming climate and the loss of hunting prey. There was not as much suspense in this one as in the first two b...

    Enough spear-throwing, horse-riding, and sex to satisfy even the most discerning Cro-Magnon. ...

    Nice enjoyable book to read for just the entertainment. Story moves well and has some interesting solutions to problems that come up. ...

    An excellent story -- it believably fills in the blanks about what probably happened when different prehistoric cultures clashed and eventually combined. Great underlying love story, too! ...

    I have loved everyone of her prehistorical books that I have read. She's a great writer! ...

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