Author:Allan Richard Shickman
Publisher:Earthshaker Books (July 15th, 2007)
Source:Received for review
Reading Level:Young Adult
Zan-Gah: A Prehistoric Adventure The hero, Zan-Gah seeks his lost twin in a savage prehistoric world, encountering suffering, captivity, conflict, love, and triumph. In three years, Zan-Gah passes from an uncertain boyhood to a tried and proven manhood and a position of leadership among his people.
Zan-Gah:A Prehistoric Adventure was a great brotherly story. It was your average brother going off to rescue his brother read easily and at a good pace. Every chapter had a meaning to it and flowed along with the story. The characters were wonderful and interesting to try to remember while reading. The cover pretty much starts the book off, the rest flowing after it.
While Zan, now Zan-Gah, goes off to find his brother, the story was touching. It was when he found his brother was I not all that thrilled. Zan-Gah was held capture for a year in a village where they kept him a prisoner until they let him go. Even after a years of capture, Zan-Gah went on, looking for his brother.
Zan-Gah:A Prehistoric Adventure was a great read. it was east, fun, and all in all, a really great story. The cover still awes me, so simple yet wonderful. (Maybe it's because I'm a Leo) It is a great ready for all ages and I would recommended it to all. Nothing in the book was too hard to understand, the story was didn't drag, and I had a fun time reading it.