Bonesetter

A "historical fiction" or prehistory account of a boy in a primitive society who learns to "set bones" for others who are injured. In the way of Jean Auel's heroine Ayla, he discovers other primitive technologies including snares and the smoking of meat. His mastery of these skills gradually elevates his position in his society from despised and downtrodden to respected and admired. More

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Words: 92,610
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476323015
About Laurence Dahners

Laury Dahners lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and enjoys composing and recording music as well as painting. Recently he has become interested in writing novels. For a day job he works as an orthopedic surgeon who teaches at the University of North Carolina Medical School, Department of Orthopaedics.

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