Ayla und die Mammutjäger (Earth's Children, #3)
Publish date: May 1st 2002
Pages no: 8
Edition language: Deutsch
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
Series: Earth's Children part 1/2 (#3)
CoverDieses Mal ist das Cover blau und erinnert mich sehr stark an blaues Eis oder so. Abgebildet ist dieses Mal die Höhlenzeichnung eines Mammuts. Wieder einmal kann ich sagen, mir gefällt die einheitliche Gestaltung der verschiedenen Cover dieser Reihe.Die Höhlenzeichnung passt perfekt zu der Gesc...
This is one of my favourite series of books and I frequently find myself rereading them. The details and descriptions and the contrast between the Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon way of life brings the past to life and you can almost hear the fires crackling and the meat roasting over the flames.
I'd once started this book back in 2007, but at a point I was just so annoyed with it, I quit. Now, it was time to give it another try. And it was not as bad as I remembered, some parts were nice to read (even though the amount of sex in it makes that you almost think you're reading 50 shades or s...
It took a while for this story to get going for me. The misunderstanding between Ayla and Jondalar dragged from the beginning ALL the way to the end. That was the most frustrating for me. The author goes into great detail with how things are made. Sometimes, it's very interesting and sometimes, it's...
Reprinted from Goodreads. NOTE: I’m going to spoil the hell out of each book and the series as a whole. So if you don't want to be spoiled, do not continue.In 1980, Jean M. Auel released Clan of the Cave Bear, a one-of-a-kind look at the life of Neanderthals (the Clan aka “Flatheads”) and Cro-Magn...