Isis in the Pleistocene


A Cannibal's Carnival.

Two Archaeologists unwittingly discover the truths of 15,000 year old religious artifacts of man: they were the tools of war, the basis of one species overcoming the other. Causing the ultimate demise of Neanderthal, the rise of Homo Sapien and a historical fact no different than that which landed them in a terror and kidnapping plot almost costing them life and some limbs.

Told through the eyes of Henri and Hannah, characters we have come to know intimately over the years, we see not only the complexity of our modern times. We see the intractable nature of power and greed, and the utter timelessness of the ancient and likely never changing struggle.
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