Beyond the Sea of Ice

Beyond the Sea of Ice Stunningly visual extraordinarily detailed powerfully dramatic here is the first volume of a remarkable new series The First Americans When humans first walked the world when nature ruled the eart

  • Title: Beyond the Sea of Ice
  • Author: William Sarabande
  • ISBN: 9780553268898
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stunningly visual, extraordinarily detailed, powerfully dramatic, here is the first volume of a remarkable new series The First Americans When humans first walked the world, when nature ruled the earth and sky, a proud tribe is threatened by a series of natural disasters A bold young hunter named Torka, who lost his wife and child to a killer mammoth, leads the sStunningly visual, extraordinarily detailed, powerfully dramatic, here is the first volume of a remarkable new series The First Americans When humans first walked the world, when nature ruled the earth and sky, a proud tribe is threatened by a series of natural disasters A bold young hunter named Torka, who lost his wife and child to a killer mammoth, leads the survivors over the glacial tundra on a desperate eastward odyssey to the save their clan Through attacks of savage animals and encounters with strangers not unlike themselves, they must brave the hardships of a foreign landscape and learn to live in an exotic new world of mystery and danger Toward the land where the sun rises they must travel Beyond The Sea Of Ice, toward a new day for their clan and an awesome future for the American.

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    2 thoughts on “Beyond the Sea of Ice

    1. William Sarabande is a pseudonym of Joan Lesley Hamilton Cline.

    2. This is a true test for Joyce Saricks. I distinctly remember reading a series of books about early Native Americans when I was in fifth grade. Distinctly, because they were pretty scandalous for a 10 year old and I think that's where I first learned the mechanics of sex. And 15(ish) years later, I couldn't for the life of me figure out what those books were. Obviously, I want to re-read them and see if they were actually scandalous, or if I was as prudish as I recall being. According to Ms. Sari [...]

    3. I picked up this book because I read somewhere that it was along the same lines of the Clan of the Cave Bear books and I can see why someone would say that but there is no way they can be compared as far of their readability! Both series are written about people living thousands of years ago and struggling to survive but "Beyond the Sea of Ice" just didn't capture my imagination the way the "Clan of the Cave Bear" did so I doubt I'll read any more in the series - maybe if I could get them at the [...]

    4. If you haven't read Jane Auel's Earth Children series then the First Americans will probably be a good read. However, if you have read the Clan of the Cave Bear books, then you will be disappointed by these. They just don't measure up to Auel's story, detail, research, etc.

    5. Beyond the Sea of Ice is the first book in a prehistoric series by William Sarabande. As the first book, it is of course where you should start reading, as it introduces all of the characters.Lonit, Torka, and Torka's old father (Umak, who is 45 and considered old by the prehistoric standards) are the only survivors of a tribe who encountered an enraged mammoth. Together, they have to survive and seek out a new place to live if they wish to get back on their feet again. But they have a hard road [...]

    6. I read this entire series when I was about 10 years old (well, up to about book 7 or so - the later ones hadn't been published yet) and I absolutely adored them! I think I might have even read them twice. However, when I went to re-read them again as a teenager, I found they were too simple and boring for me. But I do still have those fond memories of when I originally read them So yes, I would recommend this series to pre-teens who are interested in archaeology (although I suppose there is some [...]

    7. This book is in my top 10 of my all time favorite books I have read in my life. It is #1 in a series. I couldn't put the book down and went on to read the rest of the series right after I finished "Beyond the Sea of Ice". My family was happy when I finished the whole series because I got NOTHING done while I was reading these books. I HIGHLY recommend this book and the others that follow in the series.

    8. Excellent book. Even though its a fictional novel it's so interesting to read how thing could have been.This is a very well written story. The characters seem so real and you can't put the book down! I've read it at least a few dozen times (in the past 15 years) and will probably read it quite a few times more. The sequels are just as good, but they get increasingly more tragic. Its a long, sad, dramatic story of Torka and Lonit and their family. Even though their story is tragic, you really can [...]

    9. I don't endorsed the theory of my people coming over the land bridge. Which this serious exploits. However, I do endorsed the ability of this writer. The loved the plot, describtive writing ability, and the excitement of the story. Any book within the first 5 books of this serious I would definitely recommend. Enjoy!

    10. I was looking forward to reading this book and waited 2 months for it to come in from the library but it turned out I couldn't read much of it. I have read other books about the first men on earth and how they survived and found them fascinating but this one was just to depressing for me.

    11. This is the first book in the First Americans series. Just about an entire tribe is killed by an enormous mammoth, and the few who still live must run and survive somehow. They fight against predators, animal and human, before they can leave Asia for the Americas.

    12. Why must dudes in these kind of stories have enormous genitalia anyway?I read this book ages ago when I was in Jr. High school, but I am just not sure sex WORKS that way. Ah well. More later.

    13. I loved the book. I love historical novels, especially when there is some research done into the fine details.

    14. Excellent book! I couldn't put it down. This is the first in an older series written by Sarabande. It's about the few survivors of a mammoth attack on their village and their fight for survival as they head east looking for food. And toward the Corridor of Storms, known to us as the land bridge between Asia and America.Sarabande writes a very engaging story, filled with detail about the time period. Her main characters, Torka, Lonit, Karana and Umak are people that we can love and sympathize wit [...]

    15. Love this book. I read it in high school, again as a young adult and now. just a great story set during the ice age. Poetic and rythmic, on my forever shelf.

    16. I read this book for the A Book A Day Keeps the Boredom at Bay challenge. 23– "W" is the 23rd letter of the alphabet. It has two points down and three points up. Half of W is V, which is the Roman numeral for 5. The "W" on your keyboard is right between the 2 and 3. Read a book with a title or series name that begins with "W." Or was written by an author with a first or last name that begins with "W."This was a fun read about what prehistoric people navigating what is now the Bering Strait mig [...]

    17. 3.5 starsIf I had never read the First North Americans series by W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear I would be able to rate this book much higher. I was definitely drawn into the story but the character development fell a bit short especially when compared to the Gears. I would have liked to see a deeper look at the relationship between Torka and Lonit; for 2 people so in love we saw very little real interaction between them. Overall I enjoyed the book enough to read the next novel in the [...]

    18. This is not the best book ever written. This is not the best book in this genre of books ever written. But I enjoyed it. I found myself thinking about it when I wasn't reading it, wondering what would happen next. I enjoyed the journey and the story. I still would probably recommend other books in the pre-history fiction genre thing before this one but it was an enjoyable read, even if there were a few parts where I was like "Really?"

    19. I grew a little tired of Lonit's "I'm not worthy" musings, but after a while i got so into the book i couldn't put it down! I will definitely be reading the next books in the series. If you enjoy this book i recommend Sue Harrison's books about the whale hunters. She focuses more on the inner-clan drama whereas Sarabande is a little more into the day-to-day survival, but still good a good book!

    20. Gave this 5 stars. The story of the first North Americans. To understand this book you need a little anthropology history to make the scenes real while following the main character "Torks" journey. A lot is just speculation of history. Setting is 15000 to 13000 years back in this continents life. Good read I do recommend it for history nerds. 

    21. this was a really good book with an interesting twisting plot. I do have to say though that after reading the children of the earth series that I couldn't help but compare the two and the latter is better.

    22. Beyond the Sea of Ice: The First Americans, Book 1 by William Sarabande I finished a couple of days ago. It was a good book. I had a slow start with it, but once I got going it was good. I'm now reading Corridor of Storms (First Americans Saga) by the same author.

    23. Primer libro de una larga serie sobre los primeros pobladores del continente americano. Ambientado en el Paleolítico Medio, está dirigido a un lector juvenil al que le puede resultar interesante, aunque en ocasiones es un poco lento. Es aceptable.Puntuación: 7

    24. This is the first book in this series. I found it enjoyable and entertaining as I am a fan of this genre. I will read the rest of this seriesI have already read the 3rd one. While it doesn't have the depth of an Auel or Gear book, I still found it a worthwhile read.

    25. I could have done without the sappy romance aspects of this novel but aside from that I really enjoyed the authors imaginative, descriptive writing. It was clear she researched carefully and put thought into explaining why these cultures did the things they did.

    26. Sarabande's series was actually my favourite of the prehistoric series' that came out following the success of Clan of the Cave Bear. I need to re-read these sometime. :-)

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