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Yes, the book is precisely what you see above, someone goes through a wormhole to a savage alternate dimension.
But, as luck and writers would have it, the main protagonist has always been fascinated by living as if he were in the stone age. Hunting with a home made bow and making his own stone arrowheads, etc. Funny how that worked out.
We get a lot of "This is my version of paradise - I was born for this!" quickly followed by "I need to escape this world and get back to my own.".
We get it. He is conflicted.
That aside, he storyline is pretty good and gets better the farther you read.
You do get a kitchen sink sort of a feeling as everything is thrown in for, at least, your consideration.
Savage land with prehistoric beasts - check.
Court intrigue - Check.
Love story - check.
Time travel - check.
Nazi's - check.(complete with Nazi super-weapon)
Biblical beings - check (not supernatural mind you).
Ancient advanced technology - check.
Aliens - name checked at least.
Yes, it sounds like I am trashing the book.
But I am not.
I liked it and have already pre-ordered the sequel.
This turned out to be a lot of fun.
I recommend this book if you enjoy Edgar Rice Burroughs style adventures.