eBook Aton ePub

by Irving A. Greenfield

eBook Aton ePub
Author: Irving A. Greenfield
ISBN: 0380003740
ISBN13: 978-0380003747
Publisher: Avon; First Edition edition (1975)
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Rating: 4.2
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Aton is indeed a man amongst men, a beginning, a book that rumbles with relentless savagery and an illimitable thirst for cruel revenge. One person found this helpful.

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Irving Greenfield was born in Brooklyn, New York. Irving Greenfield was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was a youthful runaway, a merchant seaman, and a soldier during the Korean War, afer which his writing talent burst into print

Irving Greenfield was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was a youthful runaway, a merchant seaman, and a soldier during the Korean War, afer which his writing talent burst into print. His novel, The Ancient of Days, was a best-seller for six weeks and Tagget was made into a film for TV. his work has appeared in a variety of media, but, of all his works, Only the Dead Speak Russian is his masterpiece. Books by Irving A. Greenfield. Mor. rivia About Aton.

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Irving A. Greenfield (born 1929) is a humanities professor and the prolific author of over 300 novels. He is best known as the writer of Ancient of Days and Only the Dead Speak Russian. Dr. Irving Greenfield was born in Brooklyn, New York on February 22, 1928. Graduating from Brooklyn College in 1950, Greenfield spent two years in the Merchant Marine and served during the Korean War in the combat infantry. He was later awarded a PhD for his work in fiction.

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Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Irving A Greenfield books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Showing 1 to 30 of 39 results. Most popular Price, low to high Price, high to low Publication date, old to new Publication date, new to old. 1. 2. Ancient of Days. Greenfield, American writer, educator. was born on February 22, 1929 in Brooklyn, Ny. Son of Samuel and Anna Greenfield. Member of American Screen Writers, Author's guild. Bachelor, Bklyn College, Brooklyn, New York, 1950.

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I read this one for the second time just recently the last time was about 45 years ago. It's a real page turner, sprawling over the land at the very beginnings of civilization. Truly in my view one of the most graphically violent novels I have ever read, it is not for sensitive viewers. The novel is a bit redundant in places but I think this is intended by the author giving the story a primitive tone. This is not a cave man story. This book reveals the savage violent nature of early human beings at or around the beginnings of metalurgy. It is fascinating reading. One thing that bothered me is the story lacked Aton's resolution with Nempie. Why no closure? Besides that point it is simply an outstanding epic novel.
I read this around 1980, re-read it in 2000 and just Re-read it again. It's the greatest book of fiction ever written: in its own way it's better than Dante's poems, Shakespeare's plays or Melville's works. There's action everywhere; you can pick this book up and read any random page to be entertained. Edgar Rice Burroughs wishes he wrote this. Aton is indeed a man amongst men, a beginning, a book that rumbles with relentless savagery and an illimitable thirst for cruel revenge.
I read this book about thirty five years ago and I found it fascinating. I think the book puts the rise of man in some kind of perspective, it gives you an idea of (just maybe) how it may have started or not, it's up to you.
This book was purchased as a gift for a loved one. He really enjoyed reading it!
Take a journey back in time to a period where man is beginning to become civilized, albeit, to varying degrees. Superstition and mysticism abound among these primitive people whose tribal enclaves are scattered throughout the vast primeval landscape. The bloody battles within and between these tribes are ultimate competitions for survival where only the strongest and cleverest prevail. A boy, born of the leader of one such tribe and a mother captured from another, has grown into a man. As his long dead mother foretold, Aton was born to be "a man among men, a beginning." Aton feels this to be true in the depths of his very soul, but struggles to understand what it means. And thus, Aton's brutal and fateful journey begins. He will seek to understand the meaning of his mother's words and along the way discover how strength, knowledge, love and faith shape us into who we are.
I wrote it.
I loved Aton. It was an easy read. I stumbled across a cheap copy at an antique store, and picked it up on a lark. I read it over a period of weeks in the car while waiting for my son at his guitar lessons. I've been interested in early man anyway, and this seemed to be a rather unique take on the subject of prehistoric man (should be rated R?) It was a fun read for me. I never took it too seriously. I might read it again.
This book is just endless acts of violence followed by extremely graphic sexual acts with extremely simplistic cave man dialogue in-between. Overall a terrible read, one in which I could only make it to page 150 before giving up. I want to know what kind of connections the author had to get any book company to publish back in the 70s.
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