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Earth's Children 1-5 (The Clan of the Cave Bear; The valley of horses; The…

by Jean M. Auel

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Overall, this is an entertaining series of novels about a woman in the prehistoric age. The books have several big flaws, but still keep you reading somehow. One of the biggest flaws for me was the length of the books. There was a lot of repetition of feelings and the descriptions of techniques and landscapes were way too elaborate (though well-researched). In conclusion, I would have liked these books better if they had been half of the volume. ( )
  SimoneA | Aug 15, 2011 |
Ms. Auel has started a new genre of stories that involves romance and action within a prehistoric beginning. All of these books are page-turners, keeping you reaching for the next book and wondering if that could have possibly been the way that we as humans might have started our evolution course since of the loneliness of a single member of a prehistoric group. Savorly tempting! ( )
  rosedrakon | Feb 23, 2009 |
A novel presents such an interesting way to get a feel for what life might have been life at this very interesting time. ( )
  jour149 | Jan 3, 2009 |
The first book, Clan of the Cave Bear was difficult for me to become invested in until I was half way through. Afterwards I found that I enjoyed following the characters through the remaining books. ( )
  kims-embroidery | Apr 27, 2008 |
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Contains Five Audiobooks by Jean M. Auel: The Clan of the Cave Bear, The Valley of Horses, The Mammoth Hunters, The Plains of Passage, and The Shelters of Stone, and One Soul(r) MP3-CD Audiobook Player, Model DMP-206b The Clan of the Cave Bear: A remarkable epic of one woman's odyssey - filled with mystery and magic. The Valley of Horses: A timeless epic of the dawn of civilization. Ayla sets out on her own odyssey of discovery away from the nurturing adoptive family and friends of the Clan. The Mammoth Hunters: An epic novel of love, knowledge, jealousy, and hard choices. Ayla sets out from the valley on Whinney, the horse she tamed. The Plains of Passage: In The Plains of Passage, orphaned Ayla and wandering Jondalar search for a place on Earth they can call home. The Shelters of Stone: Jondalar and Ayla journey to the home of his people, and find people wary of the beautiful young woman he has brought back, with her strange accent and her tame wolf and horses.… (more)

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