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Monday, June 6, 2011

Review: Zan-Gah A Prehistoric Adventure

Synopsis:  Zan-Gah, seeking his lost twin brother in a savage prehistoric world, encounters adventure, suffering, conflict, captivity, and final victory. In three years hero passes from an uncertain boyhood to a tried and proven manhood and a position of leadership among his people. Themes include survival, brotherhood, cultures, gender roles, psychological trauma, and nature's wonders and terrors.

Review:  Zan-Gah starts off with a young boy named Zan, who goes on a journey to find his missing twin brother, Zael. His whole tribe feared that Zael was dead, but Zan felt that his brother was alive and breathing. Through out his journey Zan meets different tribes. Some tribes welcome him, while others aren't as kind towards him. 
           I loved how Zan started out his journey as a young boy looking for his twin brother, and at the end coming back as a man. He also discovers what happened to Zael, and eventually figuring out new ways to protect his tribe and discovering a rare weapon.
             This book was a great, fun and exciting read. It had well developed characters, an exciting plot, and the author is very good at descriptive writing. I learned many valuable life lessons from this book, like how you should let go of your grudges from the past and move on in life. Only then can you clearly think, do what you need to do and live life to the fullest. I loved Zan-Gah! 




Writing Style:

5/5 cupcakes! Tasted so good 
that I never wanted it to end!
Now I'm craving for the sequel! :)


earthshakerbooks said...

Thanks for this very favorable review. I hope you like the sequel too. A third book is coming out in a matter of weeks. It's called DAEL AND THE PAINTED PEOPLE. New website too: www.zan-gah.net

Allan R. Shickman

earthshakerbooks said...

Hi Tiffani,
More news. The Zan-Gah website now has an audio sample read by the author (me). Go to:
Also, take a look at the cover of the new third Z-G book, Dael and the Painted People.

Allan S.

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