Een vuurplaats in steen (De Aardkinderen, #5)
Publisher: A.W. Bruna Uitgevers
Edition language: Dutch
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
Series: Earth's Children part 1/2 (#5)
Ohhh Miss Auel. I love this series, I really do, but unfortunately this is the book that has always held me back from the final book. I struggle to get through it.This book is 100% filler. Enjoyable filler, but filler nonetheless. Nothing. Happens. Whatsoever. Throughout. 800. Pages.On this read thr...
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.
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...
Biggest waste of time. I think I'm giving up the series, even if it is just one more book left. I just can't go through more pointless introductions and repetitive descriptions about Ayla's 'inventions' and "Pleasures" shared with Jondolar. I just can't.
there was a big gap in when the first 4 books were published and when the 5th and then the 6th came out. i was hoping that with the break, that auel would be able to tend to some of the things that made the first 4 books less than perfect. to her credit, to some extent she did. the writing was a ...
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