Microsoft Reader (Microsoft Reader edition)
La era glacial (Spanish)
O explorador da idade do gelo (Portuguese)
Raziskovalec ledene dobe (Slovenian)
Henderson, Doug (interior)
Nino, Alex (interior)
June, 1985 (First printing)
2001 (Microsoft Reader edition)
August 28, 2013 (Kindle edition)
0553166093 / 9780553166095
(Book fair edition)
0553247220 / 9780553247220 (First printing, British edition, first printing)
123 pages (plus data bank and data file) |
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US$1.95 (First printing)
UK£1.25 (British edition, first printing)
|User Summary:||You must travel back to the Ice Age and discover what inspired a unicorn-like cave painting.|
This is a fairly interesting book; it's not all that different from the earlier dinosaur-related book in structure, but the subject matter is less familiar.
This story bounces you around in time and location as you search for creators of cave art and one subject that they had drawn. Since one of these goals involves interacting with prehistoric humans, I find it a bit more interesting than book 2. The ending features a nice bit of speculative anthropology.
|Special Thanks:||Thanks to Ryan Lynch for the American and British first printing images.|
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Time Machine # 7 Map
Thanks to Julien Peter Benney for contributing this map of the book's structure.