Elizabeth Marshall Thomas spent many years in the wilderness observing hunter-gatherers and animal behavior. Now she uses her extensive knowledge to bring the culture of the Paleolithic world dramatically to life in The Animal Wife. When the pale-eyed hunter Kori sees a strange woman climbing from an icy pond, he is driven to possess her. But capturing this wild, untamed creature is only the beginning .
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"Elizabeth Marshall Thomas uses a blend of scholarship and imagination to project the listener into a richly detailed reconstruction of the physical and spiritual life of a Stone Age community. No dry intellectual exercise, the story is a vivid first-person narrative well suited to reading aloud. As always, Frank Muller's distinctive sound and manner make it clear why he's one of the superstars of audiobooks. Occasionally, however, his distinctiveness threatens to become distracting when he brings the full weight of his dark intensity to bear on passages of simple exposition. An occasional lightening of tone would be welcome. J.N. (c) AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine"
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