Ravens Choice (Replacement Chronicles, #1)

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 bison.After an injured Neanderthal hunter is taken captive, Raven as a healer feels she has no option 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 will 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. Free Download Ravens Choice (Replacement Chronicles, #1) Author Harper Swan For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Harper Swan lives in Tallahassee, Florida with her husband and three sweet but very spoiled cats Her interests include history from all eras, archaeology and genetics She especially enjoys researching ancient history and reading about archaeological finds from Paleolithic sites As well as writing stories with plots based inrecent times, Harper is also following a longtime dream of writing Harper Swan lives in Tallahassee, Florida with her husband and three sweet but very spoiled cats Her interests include history from all eras, archaeology and genetics She especially enjoys researching ancient history and reading about archaeological finds from Paleolithic sites As well as writing stories with plots based inrecent times, Harper is also following a longtime dream of writing books that include the distant past, her inspiration drawn from Jean Auel Harper is the author of The Replacement Chronicles, a three part series The series titles in order are Raven s Choice, Journeys of Choice and Choices that Cut.The series is now available as an omnibus issue containing all three parts going by the title, The Replacement Chronicles This novel is available in both paperback and e book Raven s Choice is also published as a standalone e book and is free on iBooks andfor as long as the latter allows it to be so Journeys of Choice and Choices That Cut are both contained in an e book entitled Journeys of Choice If you enjoy her writing, Harper is presently giving away Gas Heat a story of family angst that takes places in the Deep South to anyone who would like to subscribe to her mailing list Just use the link below.http eepurl.com b3MpEv

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 51 pages
  • Ravens Choice (Replacement Chronicles, #1)
  • Harper Swan
  • English
  • 18 June 2018

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 particularly imaginative or compelling for ...

  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 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 This is my first foray into prehistoric fiction It...

  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 man ,In the present day Mark Hayek works for the Parkinson s Institute as part of Genetics and Me Inc He s recently been asked to provide a saliva sample as 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 man ,In...

  4. says:

    Don t read this book Really not worth it.Reasons 1 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 second It does not have an end, the history simply does not finish.2 No maps, no indication whatever of where the story sets.3 No descriptions of the culture, very few descriptions of the places they are, it s really only the action but we keep l Don t read this book Really not worth it.Reasons 1 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 second It does not have an end, the history simply does not finish.2 No maps, no indication whatever of where the story sets.3 No descriptions of the culture, very few de...

  5. says:

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

  6. says:

    This book was for free onand the reviews on Goodreads convinced me it would be worthwhile.Sadly, 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 to ...

  7. says:

    I like books that travel back and forth in time, and this novella didn t disappoint The author uses the recent discovery that Neanderthal and Homo sapiens interbred and weaves just such a story It begins in the present when Mark Hayek finds out from a company called Genetics and Me which he had hoped would help him with Parkinson s research had actually tested his genome for Neanderthal DNA And found it.The book then drops back in time to the Late Pleistocene era in western Asia, where a I like books that travel back and forth in time, and this novella didn t disappoint The author uses the recent discovery that Neanderthal and Homo sapiens interbred and weaves just such a story It begins in the present when Mark Hayek...

  8. says:

    If you liked Jean Auel s Earth s Children series, or Kathleen Flannigan s Misfits and Heroes, and you like fast reads, you will probably enjoy Harper Swan s Raven s Choice First in the Replacement Chronicles, it blends past and present, combining stories of cause with effect as a young man at a present day conference learns the mysteries hi...

  9. says:

    I enjoyed this book and the interaction between the Neanderthals and Cro magnons It is believable and well researched.

  10. 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 that might have happened is well written I only wished it was longer than it was.

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