Brother Esau

Brother Esau A story about the discovery of a surviving human ancestor in the Himilayas and the scientific political and social implications

  • Title: Brother Esau
  • Author: Douglas Orgill John Gribbin
  • ISBN: 9780060390167
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A story about the discovery of a surviving human ancestor in the Himilayas, and the scientific, political, and social implications

    One thought on “Brother Esau”

    1. The discovery of a human ancestor still living. I'd consider it SF. It's written in an almost scientific, documentary style, which is interesting but does not produce a particularly gripping novel. The science behind the idea is pretty well thought out.

    2. A decent book that keeps up the level of intrigue throughout. Though still believable, it has in part not stood the test if time, as there's no doubt it's storyline and scientific content would have made it an exceptional read (as my dad has suggested) when it was first published in 1983.

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