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Publisher: St Martin's Press (27 July 2001)
By: John R. Dann (Author)
Song of the Axe is the spell-binding story of two prehistoric lovers, Agon and Eena, their struggles and triumphs, and their sons. Agon is a great warrior, a master of the deadly axe song, the mystical music made by his weapon. Eena, beloved of Mother Earth, can cast a spear better than anyone alive. They fall in love by the banks of a huge, glacier-fed river at a time near the end of an ice age. But an invading tribe led by the evil shaman, Ka, destroys their tribe and kidnaps Eena. Agon must cross the river and rescue her, against great odds. They marry, and found a new family in a faraway land. But the children of Ka live, and seek vengeance on the sons of Axe Man and Spear Woman.