I did feel a resonance with his depiction of the Neanderthals. And the book made me really interested in learning more about them. There's something romantic about imaging a peaceful species living in a great virgin wilderness.
And also, it touches on the topic of human sacrifice. I've wondered: why do so many cultures believe in human and/or animal sacrifice? You find it in south america, iron age europeans, the middle east etc. So I've wondered if there indeed is a real spiritual basis to human sacrifice as Entangled implies? Are there really entities from other dimensions that feed off human suffering or negative emotion?
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