THE LONG ARMS: A Story of Early Humans
For a quarter of a million years, the Neanderthal clans survived in the harsh
environment of Ice Age Europe. Using Stone Age technology, they hunted and
raised their generations. They were a strong, resilient people. Then,
30,000 years ago, 'new men' entered their world, and in a moment of cosmic
time, they were gone. This is the story of the Neanderthals of the Circle
Valleys, and their encounter with the Long Arms...
From Pilot Hill Press:
Richly imagined, deeply researched, Michael Kanaly reaches into the
ancient past to bring the Neanderthal world to life. THE LONG ARMS
asks the provocative question: What does it mean to be human?
A book of unusual scope and originality, Michael Kanaly has added
another unique novel to his body of work.