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Copyright 1975 by John Norman
Published by DAW Books, Inc., New York
DAW Books = SF No. 169 (UJ1322)
Fifth Printing - year ()
EAN 978-0-87997-322-3 | ISBN 0-87997-322-6
Format: Paperback | (eBook) | (Current)
US 1.95 | 380 pages
Coverart by Gino D'Achille
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The text 'Printed in the U.S.A.' appears on page iv.
References to other books are made one of the last pages:
Presenting JOHN NORMAN in DAW Books...
UJ1285 1.95 Slave Girl of Gor UE1296 1.75 Tribesmen of Gor UE1295 1.75 Marauders of Gor UE1294 1.75 Hunters of Gor UJ1146 1.95 Imaginative SexDAW Books are represented by the publisher of Signet and Mentor Books, THE NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY, INC.
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P.O. Box 999, Bergenfield, New Jersey 07621
The auhtor of the novels of Tarl Cabot on Gor, Earth's orbital counterpart, has turned his talent to the problem of time travel and our own world's primitive era.
What has happened to man since the days when his rugged ancestors battled the mastodon and the saber-toothed tiger and wrested a living from the raw nature of an untamed world?
This was the directive that brought a dedicated group of scientists to devise a means of sending one of their number back into the Old Stone Age when the great hunters of the Cro-Magnon days ripped the world away from the Neanderthals and their savage clan rivals.
It's a John Norman novel comparable to his epics of Gor and to the best jungle sagas of the mighty Tarzan.
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