‘Fascinating . . . Jam-packed with adventure and colour’ Jodi Taylor***** ‘Fantastic historical adventure‘ – AMAZON REVIEWER
***** ‘I highly recommend it’ – GOODREADS REVIEWER
***** ‘No one blends time travel and history as well as she does.’ – AMAZON REVIEWER
***** ‘Some of my best reading travels this year!’ – GOODREADS REVIEWER
***** ‘You just keep turning those pages to see what’s coming next.’ – AMAZON REVIEWER
About a year ago, I saw a skull on a blog that I hang out on (yeah, I hang out on those kinds of blogs…) that belonged to an extinct animal known as a sabretooth tiger (or smilodon). I’ve always been a dinosaur geek, but the Paleolithic animals ran a close second – mammoths, giant elk, dire wolves, and sabretooth tigers, among others. And when I saw the skull it made me wonder how exactly the tiger used his huge, over-sized upper canines – did he use them to stab? That would make the most sense. But how? Wouldn’t they break? What kind of stabbing motion would be the most effective?