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West Of Eden by Harry Harrison
1984 First Edition Hardcover Book Club Edition Bantam Books
w/Dust Jacket
Illustrated by Bill Sanders
461 Pages, Measures 8.5 x 5.75 x 1.5 inches Weighs 1 pound 4 ounces

Condition; DJ good, Book Very Good.
Dust Jacket is heavily sunned at the spine, a bit of extremely minor scuffing at edges.

Book: Fine, sturdy, rich, solid. Red boards with a spine of faux leather. Clean pages.
An excellent well made copy, just a faint minor amount of sunning at the very top edge - 1/2 cm at most.

From the jacket: "65 million years ago, a disastrous cataclysm exterminated three quarters of all species on earth. Overnight, the age of dinosaurs was ended: the age of mammals had begun.
But if that disaster had never happened and the dinosaurs had survived to fulfill their evolutionary destiny, this is what the world might have been. The world West of Eden.
Harry Harrison, a modern master of imaginative fiction, has created a gripping, vividly rendered epic of prehistory about the tragic, inevitable clash of two mighty races: the Yilane, cold-blooded intelligent reptiles who have dominated the earth, and the Tanu, warm-blooded humans like ourselves, a proud, fierce hunting clandestine to oppose them.
West of Eden is the remarkable odyssey of Kerrick, a young Tanu Hunter captured by the Yilane and raised as one of them by their ruthless matriarch. As he grows to manhood, Kerrick is schooled in the strange customs, exotic biological sciences, and rigid caste structures of Yilane culture, and for a time all but forgets his heritage.
when at last he escapes and rejoins his people, Kerrick is at first an outcast. Then, among his tribesmen, he finds love and begins the family, and rises to become the leader of the Tanu. As Yilane raids threaten the future of the Tanu, Kerrick leads his clan on an arduous trek to unite the human tribes in a confrontation with their enemy that will alter forever the course of history."

"Harry Harrison is one of the most successful and respected authors of regulatory fiction writing today. In a career that spans over three decades Harry Harrison has written more than a dozen novels including Deathworld, Skyfall and the anti-utopian classic Make Room! Make Room! basis for the film Soylent Green."

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West Of Eden by Harry Harrison 1984 First Edition Hardcover Book Club Edition w/Dust Jacket Fiction Novel Illustrated by Bill Sanders 1st Ed


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