The Dog Master (Paperback)
A Novel of the First Dog
Forge Books, 9780765374684, 544pp.
Publication Date: August 28, 2018
Set against the most dramatic time in our species' history, The Dog Master tells the story of one tribe's struggle for survival and one extraordinary man's bond with a wolf--a friendship that changed mankind forever
Thirty thousand years ago, ice was storming the planet. Among the species forced out of the trees and onto the steppes by the advancing cold was modern man, who was both predator and prey.
No stranger to the experiences that make us human--a mother's love and a father's betrayal, tribal war and increasing famine, political intrigue and forbidden love, joy and hope and devastating loss--our ancestors competed for scant resources in a brutal landscape.
Mankind stood on the cold brink of extinction...but they had a unique advantage over other species, a new technology--domesticated wolves.
Only a set of extraordinary circumstances could have transformed one of these fierce creatures into a hunting companion, a bodyguard, a solider, and a friend. The Dog Master by New York Times bestselling author W. Bruce Cameron is an evocative glimpse of prehistory, an emotional coming of age saga, a thrilling tale of survival against all odds, and the exciting, imaginative story of the first dog.
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Praise For The Dog Master: A Novel of the First Dog…
“Cameron’s latest canine-themed novel will appeal to fans of Jean Auel’s classic The Clan of the Cave Bearas well as those of more contemporary dog and man tales.”—Library Journal
“There’s much imagination here…interesting speculative history with a satisfying conclusion, one opening the door for a sequel or series.”—Kirkus Reviews
“The Dog Master is a unique, vivid story of how canine companionship came to be and in no small way, saved humanity as a species; a truly inspired read.”—The Huffington Post