Esau

Esau

Book - 1997
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When a climber finds a preserved skull on a Himalayan mountaintop, it sets off a stunning exploration into the depths of evolution--and a place where modern man was never meant to be. Philip Kerr is one of 20 writers chosen by the literary magazine "Granta" for its list of "Best Young British Novelists". Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
Publisher: Toronto : Doubleday Canada, c1997.
ISBN: 9780385256469
0385256469
Branch Call Number: FIC Kerr
FIC/Kerr 3588mb 1
Characteristics: 372 p.

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I agree with comment from Melbl8tr. This book is not up to the author's usual writing style but the idea for the plot was interesting, not a bad read under a hot sun and does pose an interesting ethical question about endangered spiecies.

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melbl8tr
Oct 12, 2010

Where do I begin? A complete mess of a book. Cardboard characters spouting ridiculous dialogue in order to move an obvious plot along to its predictable conclusion. I suppose the author was hoping for a movie deal as the whole thing is one big Hollywood cliché.

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