The Quest for Home: A Review

Reminds me a bit of the Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M Auel, by the sounds of it.

Myths of the Mirror

A few months ago, I offered to beta read Jacqui Murray’s new prehistoric fiction book, A Quest for Home.  And, to be honest, with all the craziness going on with my parents, my followthrough was rather tardy. Good thing I get to make up for that now with a little hoopla and a review!

The Quest for Home:

Chased by a ruthless and powerful enemy, Xhosa flees with her People, leaving behind her African homeland, leading her People on a grueling journey through unknown and perilous lands. As they struggle to overcome treachery, lies, danger, tragedy, hidden secrets, and Nature herself, Xhosa must face the reality that her most dangerous enemy isn’t the one she expected. It may be one she trusts with her life. 

The story is set 850,000 years ago, a time in prehistory when man populated Eurasia. He was a violent species, fully capable of addressing the…

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3 responses to “The Quest for Home: A Review”

  1. Thanks again for sharing the review! A fascinating trilogy that gives us some insight into our ancestors. Have a lovely Sunday and week ahead. 😀

  2. Thanks so much for sharing this. There is a touch of romance in it–which might appeal to your readers! But it’s prehistoric romance…

    1. I’m sure they will find it appealing!

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