Oh boy, didn't this book looks great? I can't wait to read this one. A Stone Age man finded wearing a wristwatch! Other he was from the future who travel back in time and got trap there, or he give the wristwatch to a Stone Age man. Or someone find this Stone Age man frozen, put on a wristwatch and bury the body again. I don't think that's it, but then again you ever know. Be on the daily reads of this book. Thank you, Suzanne and the team for coming up with this book for us to read this week. How you keep up with finding great books for each week?
I think an author who writes a book with the major plot line about cloning should at a MINIMUM do a google search on "cloning". Or at least know basic reproductive biology!
The author lost me on page 3 when he erroneously wrote "The best mammoth cells to use for cloning would be an egg from a
female or a sperm cell from a male". Since a sperm or egg would only have half of a DNA compliment where would the other half come from?
Is this science fiction? No it is just fiction. And BAD fiction at that!
The idea of a Stone Age man find wearing a watch is main reason why this book is so puzzling, that I can't wait to read more of it. I love the way the first read explain about the lives of the mammoths. I wonder if the author will keep on going back and forward on two stories that will come together at the end.