A Story of the Stone Age
This story is of a time beyond the memory of man, before the beginning of history. . . (Summary from the text)(2 hr 10 min)
|01 - Ugh-lomi and Uya||35:12||Read by James Christopher|
|02 - The Cave Bear||26:12||Read by James Christopher|
|03 - The First Horseman||23:45||Read by James Christopher|
|04 - Uya the Lion||21:57||Read by James Christopher|
|05 - The Fight in the Lion's Thicket||23:12||Read by James Christopher|
AN INTERESTING PREMISE
HGW put more believeable action in this short effort than in most of his longer ones. Probably, if his rantings and ravings about socialism were deleted from his so-called major works, the resulting story would be about this length. I especially enjoyed the conversations of the cave bears and of the horses.
So you're a critic
See this for what the title tells you it is and enjoy.
Absolutey loved it H. G. was a man out of time
Very enjoyable. Mr. Christopher has a good, strong voice, but the story was a little hard to follow for lack of inflection. Other than that, great read.