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Book review of Hunting Humanity by Al Normann

Where do I start with this book from a new author? With the story that Normann is telling here as it is set in the stone age time, begins good and he opens the book in a different way. The main character is a hunter who after a bad thing happens to his clan, he wonders in the mountains looks for a new clan to join. I would tell more but I would be giving the story away.

Normann's writing style is good and for a new author I look forward to reading more of his work. His writing flows nicely and is only going to get better over time. The concept of the story that he has there is a lesson for us all in society to look at and that is humanity and what is needed to happen.

As I will wait for his next book to read, maybe he will give me a copy before he publishes again. In all the book is a good read and it is not the longest book however it packs a message for the world to listen up to. I recommend this book for anyone who is looking for a good read and read it with an open mind.

The next book that I will be reviewing will be The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris.

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