Brenda Gates Smith, Goddess of the Mountain Harvest , about two powerful women competing to become high priestess as warlike horsemen threaten their village; sequel to Secrets of the Ancient Goddess. Judith Tarr, White Mare's Daughter , about a young priestess in a band of warrior nomads and her journey to a city still ruled by women; 1 in the Epona series. Judith Tarr, Lady of Horses , about the anger of the Horse Goddess when male shamans try to alter history by declaring that a male was the first to ride a horse; 3 in the Epona series. Judith Tarr, Daughter of Lir , about a prince and a psychic potter's daughter trying to save their people from an invasion by warlike tribes wielding a new weapon; 4 in the Epona series.
Lindsay Townsend, Bronze Lightning , historical romance about a woman in Minoan Crete and a man from the area of Stonehenge, set in B.
Harry Turtledove, Beyond the Gap , a fantasy novel about mammoth hunters at the end of the Ice Age; 1 in the Gap series. Harry Turtledove, The Breath of God forthcoming in December , a fantasy novel about mammoth hunters at the end of the Ice Age; 2 in the Gap series. Joan Wolf, Daughter of the Red Deer , a woman from a matriarchal culture in prehistoric southern France who is kidnapped by men from a patriarchal tribe after most of its women are killed in a disaster; 1 in a series.
Joan Wolf, The Horsemasters , about a young man driven out of his matrilineal tribe in prehistoric Southern France; 2 in a series. Joan Wolf, The Reindeer Hunters , about a group of warring tribes in prehistoric southern France who make peace in order to resist invaders from the north; 3 in a series. Amanda Cockrell, The Long Walk , about a woman with a small child who discovers she has the ability to draw pictures; 3 in the Deer Dancers series. Vince Ford, Scorched Bone , about twins who set out to find a revolutionary new arrowhead they have heard about today known as the "Clovis Point" ; 1 in the Chronicles of Stone trilogy, also published in a single volume as Chronicles of Stone.
Vince Ford, Set in Stone , about twins who contact a northern tribe with the goal of stealing knowledge of a weapon their own tribe wants to help it survive; 2 in the Chronicles of Stone trilogy, also published in a single volume as Chronicles of Stone. Vince Ford, Tribal Ash , about a man returning to his own tribe with a valuable object, in the hope that they will not reject him for breaking the tribal laws; 3 in the Chronicles of Stone trilogy, also published in a single volume as Chronicles of Stone.
Caleb Fox, Zadayi Red , prehistoric fantasy about a young shaman of the ancient Galayi, ancestors of the Cherokee. Caleb Fox, Shadows in the Cave , about a boy who is forbidden to use his shape-shifting abilities after his mother is killed while in the form of an owl; sequel to Zadayi Red. Kathleen O'Neal Gear and W. Michael Gear, People of the Wolf , about the people who crossed the land bridge from Asia to North America and became the first humans to settle the American continent; 1 in the First North Americans series.
Michael Gear, People of the Sea , set in North America during the time when the mammoths were disappearing; 5 in the First North Americans series. Michael Gear, People of the Silence , about a girl who flees her village after a dying Anasazi chieftain orders that she be found and killed; 8 in the First North Americans series. Michael Gear, People of the Owl , about a young man in prehistoric Louisiana who inherits his dead brother's wives; 11 in the First North Americans series. Michael Gear, People of the Nightland , about the people of the Great Lakes region as the end of the Ice Age looms, threatening the potential catastrophe of the melting of an ice dam; 14 in the First North Americans series.
Michael Gear, People of the Thunder , about three travelers crossing Choctaw country and heading into the midst of a violent confrontation involving the mound-building peoples of fourteenth century Mississippi; 16 in the First North Americans series. Michael Gear, People of the Longhouse , about a brother and sister taken captive by an evil witch when their village is attacked; 1 in the People of the Longhouse series.
Michael Gear, The Dawn Country , about children held captive by an evil witch, and their efforts to free themselves; 2 in the People of the Longhouse series. Michael Gear, The Broken Land , about a disgraced warrior of the Iroquois whose vision of a great darkness spurs him to band together with his childhood friends to resist a powerful enemy; 3 in the People of the Longhouse series. Sue Harrison, Mother Earth, Father Sky , about a young woman on the northwest coast of America during the Ice Age who sets out on a sea voyage after her tribe is massacred; 1 in the Ivory Carver trilogy.
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Sue Harrison, My Sister the Moon , about a young Ice Age woman abused by her tribe who struggles for love and her children's future; 2 in the Ivory Carver trilogy. Sue Harrison, Song of the River , about a boy in prehistoric Alaska who was abandoned to die at birth and the vengeful woman who finds and raises him; 1 in the Storyteller series. Sue Harrison, Cry of the Wind , about a storyteller in prehistoric Alaska, his vengeful mother, and the woman he loves who is married to another man; 2 in the Storyteller series.
Sue Harrison, Call Down the Stars , about two storytellers in prehistoric Alaska who vie to tell the best story; 3 in the Storyteller series. Ardath Mayhar, Island in the Lake , about a woman of the Mound Builders in what is now East Texas and a man who escaped an Aztec sacrifice as a child; 2 in the Mesa series. Ardath Mayhar, Towers of the Earth , about a woman who leads her people on a dangerous trip westward after drought destroys their homeland; 3 in the Mesa series.
Lynn Armistead McKee, Daughter of the Fifth Moon , about an orphaned girl who lands on a prehistoric Caribbean island and the man who protects her. Anne Montgomery, The Magician , about a present-day reporter researching an archaeological site and a magician living in the eleventh century in what is now Arizona. Charlotte Prentiss, The Island Tribe , about a rebellious chieftain's daughter whose tribe casts her out.
Charlotte Prentiss, The Ocean Tribe , about a woman and her husband who turn away from warfare and attempt to form a peaceful new tribe. Cha Rnacircle, Right of Way , about North Americans of 20, years ago who try to start a trading route; 1 in the Voice of the Ancients series; self-published. Cha Rnacircle, Against All Odds , about a healer in the far north who accidentally crosses into North America; 2 in the Voice of the Ancients series; self-published.
Judith Redman Robbins, Sun Priestess , about a prehistoric Anasazi woman who returns home to become a priestess; 2 in the Anasazi trilogy. Judith Redman Robbins, Moon Fire , about a prehistoric Anasazi woman with a gift for communicating with animals; 3 in the Anasazi trilogy. Patricia Rowe, Keepers of the Misty Time , about about the woman who leads a migratory tribe in the Columbia River area 9, years in the past. Sharman Apt Russell, The Last Matriarch , about a prehistoric woman who lived through the disastrous time when the mammoths and other large land animals of North America were wiped out.
William Sarabande, Beyond the Sea of Ice , about an Ice Age hunter who loses his wife and child in an attack by a killer mammoth, then leads the survivors eastward to a new country; 1 in the First Americans series. William Sarabande, Corridor of Storms , about a man and his family who lead their people across the tundra to a winter camp for a mammoth hunt, where they encounter a magician intent on their destruction; 2 in the First Americans series. William Sarabande, Forbidden Land , about a headman who must journey with his family to a new land after his tribe turns against him; 3 in the First Americans series.
William Sarabande, Walkers of the Wind , about an Ice Age hunter leading a group of his people to the forbidden "home of the wind;" 4 in the First Americans series. William Sarabande, The Sacred Stones , about a young shaman trying to prevent the destruction of the last mammoths during the waning of the Ice Age; 5 in the First Americans series. William Sarabande, Thunder in the Sky , about a young shaman leading his people along a trail made by a white mammoth, which he believes will lead them to a place of safety and plenty; 6 in the First Americans series.
William Sarabande, The Edge of the World , about a shaman driven by a vision to break a taboo; 7 in the First Americans series.
William Sarabande, Shadow of the Watching Star , about a shaman who leaves his people to go on a lone quest to save the last surviving mammoths; 8 in the First Americans series. William Sarabande, Time Beyond Beginning , about the last mammoth and a shaman who goads his people to kill it at the close of the Ice Age; 10 in the First Americans series.
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William Sarabande, Spirit Moon , about a headman who sets out with his people on a journey to the Great River of the White Whales amid predictions of doom and the risk that a broken truce could lead to warfare; 11 in the First Americans series. Penina Keen Spinka, Picture Maker , about a woman in fourteenth century North America who draws pictures that foretell the future, and her migrations northward and across the sea to Greenland. Barbara Wood, Daughter of the Sun , a novel about an Anasazi woman potter captured by Toltec raiders, which offers a possible answer to the mystery of why the Anasazi abandoned Chaco Canyon.
Barbara Wood, Sacred Ground , about an archaeologist who, after an earthquake in California, discovers a cave inhabited years before, and about the woman whose bones she found in the cave. Michael Gear, The Visitant , the boundaries between past and present thin as an archaeologist studies an ancient mass grave, while a killer stalks victims in both times; 1 in the Anasazi Mysteries series. Michael Gear, The Summoning God , the boundaries between past and present thin as an archaeologist studies the ancient bones of two adults and thirty-three children; 2 in the Anasazi Mysteries series.
Michael Gear, Bone Walker , a pair of archaeologists are faced with murder, ancient and modern; 3 in the Anasazi Mysteries series. Debra Austin, Daughter of Kura , about a young Homo erectus woman in a matriarchal society in prehistoric Africa who is cast out after challenging her mother's dangerous new mate. Review or Author Interview. Steven Barnes, Great Sky Woman , about a boy and girl in a prehistoric African tribe who climb Mount Kilimanjaro to seek help from Father Sky after the tribe is attacked by invaders.
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Steven Barnes, Shadow Valley , about a young man and woman in a prehistoric African tribe who survive an eruption of Mount Kilimanjaro and lead a search for a new home for the tribe; sequel to Great Sky Woman. Clare Coleman, Daughter of the Reef , about a Polynesian chief's daughter who must learn to live in a new land among unfriendly people after her canoe is wrecked on the shore of Tahiti; 1 in the Ancient Tahiti series.
Clare Coleman, Sister of the Sun , about a Polynesian chief's daughter who returns to her home island after years on Tahiti, to find unwelcome changes; 2 in the Ancient Tahiti series. Clare Coleman, Child of the Dawn , about a woman who returns to Tahiti, to find that war has broken out in her absence and forced her lover into hiding; 3 in the Ancient Tahiti series.
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Ann Brashares, My Name is Memory , a love story about two high school seniors and their past lives beginning in the sixth century when he first fell in love with her, as he tries to connect with her in the present; 1 in a planned trilogy. Alex Haley, Roots , about an African man captured by slavers in and brought to America, and his descendants into the twentieth century; based on the author's research of his own family history.
Praise for Kim Stanley Robinson: For one small group, a tour of the nearby Horsehead Nebula is meant to be a short but stunning highlight in the trip of a lifetime. But when a mysterious ship destroys Sigma Station and everyone on it, suddenly their tourist shuttle is stranded. They have no weapons. No one back home knows they're alive.
And the mysterious ship is hunting them. Nolan Clark, author of Forsaken Skies'This book is an intense, heart-pounding, cast-away-in-the-vastness-of-space adventure that keeps you guessing right up until the end! I was so utterly enthralled, I couldn't put it down' K. Wagers, author of Behind the Throne. A revolution brewing for generations has begun in fire. It will end in blood. The Free Navy - a violent group of Belters in black-market military ships - has crippled the Earth and begun a campaign of piracy and violence among the outer planets.
The colony ships heading for the thousand new worlds on the far side of the alien ring gates are easy prey, and no single navy remains strong enough to protect them. James Holden and his crew know the strengths and weaknesses of this new force better than anyone. Outnumbered and outgunned, the embattled remnants of the old political powers call on the Rocinante for a desperate mission to reach Medina Station at the heart of the gate network.
But the new alliances are as flawed as the old, and the struggle for power has only just begun. As the chaos grows, an alien mystery deepens. Pirate fleets, mutiny and betrayal may be the least of the Rocinante's problems.
And in the uncanny spaces past the ring gates, the choices of a few damaged and desperate people may determine the fate of more than just humanity. The year is , and Shaun Mason is having a bad day. Everyone he knows is dead or in hiding.
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The world is doing its best to end itself for the second time. The Centre for Disease Control is out to get him. With too much left to do and not much time left to do it in, he must face mad scientists, zombie bears and rogue government agencies before the conspiracy that killed Georgia manages to kill the only thing he has left of her - the truth.
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