The Blood Calls You Back

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Rated 4.50/5 based on 6 reviews
An Ice Age chieftain named Bear finds a strange device made of no rock she’s ever seen. She soon discovers it has the ability to call back descendants of her bloodline. Just where did the cylindrical device come from? Who will it bring from the modern era, and can his knowledge save her mountaintop village from mammoths, sabretooth tigers, diseases and even stranger threats? More
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About Mike White

I'm going to try to throw as much wacky science fiction/fantasy, and non-fiction comedy at you as you can handle. I'll have more books coming really soon in the Blood Calls You Back Series and the world of Reality Zero.

After a long delay to get my ducks in a row, they are finally coming now. Especially books from my world "Newcomer."

I love helping out other writers who have their own great stories to share, and I'm a prolific reader and reviewer.

About the Series: The Blood Calls You Back
Joe apparently has a relative from the Ice Ages. He never expected to meet her, though, is the thing. Bear finds a strange empty vial that somehow calls Joe's consciousness back through time. Who gave Bear the vial? How does it work? Why interest do the originators of the technology have with an Android Programmer like Joe? Also, when will he give Bear's people beer already? So many mysteries to solve.

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About the Series: The World of Newcomer
World of newcomer is a series taht is vastly time-spanning, going literally from at least the Neolithic to the far future.From a certain point of view, it spans both the beginning and the end of time.

The world concerns a war between two intelligences both capable of time travel, and that various people both calls gods.

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Reviews

James Jenkins reviewed on on April 20, 2019

Well written and engaging.
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J. L. Thurston reviewed on on Sep. 30, 2016

I enjoyed the voice of the main character. This was a unique and fun read!
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James Hold reviewed on on Sep. 20, 2016

Quick and breezy reading. Lots of subtle humor as the hero tries to figure out what's going on.
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Jstevens9 reviewed on on Aug. 13, 2016

I'm a fan of science fiction, fantasy, and paleolithic human stories. I'm an even bigger fan of short reads.

I love the whole idea of this story. I wish I had thought of it myself.
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David Jensen reviewed on on March 30, 2016

A real sassy adventure which takes the reader into a whole different world. This was highly enjoyable as it was so different from the usual themes and subjects of short stories.
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Tracey Meredith reviewed on on Feb. 28, 2016

Nice, quirky adventure, that is well paced. I look forward to his next literary ventures.
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