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Anthropologist Yute Nahadeh stumbles upon the scientific discovery of the millenia: a tiny embryo in the womb of a 25,000-year-old Neanderthal, preserved in arctic ice. So begins a secret research. He implants the embryo in a surrogate mother, and a Neanderthal girl is born in our time. Named Ember, she is raised among the Quanoot Indians of Whaler Bay, Washington. Guided by a shaman who has waited for her return, pursued by the man of science who brought her to life, Ember is drawn to a place where no one else can go?where her ancestors, the golden-skinned people of her dreams, wait for her to set them free. ?Weaves a genuinely magic spell.? Kirkus Reviews

Ember From The Sun

  • Mark Canter
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