The Land of Painted Caves (Earth's Children, #6)
THE LAND OF PAINTED CAVES concludes the story of Ayla, her mate Jondalar, and their little daughter, Jonayla, taking readers on a journey of discovery and adventure as Ayla struggles to find a balance between her duties as a new mother and her training to become a Zelandoni - one of the Ninth... show more
THE LAND OF PAINTED CAVES concludes the story of Ayla, her mate Jondalar, and their little daughter, Jonayla, taking readers on a journey of discovery and adventure as Ayla struggles to find a balance between her duties as a new mother and her training to become a Zelandoni - one of the Ninth Cave community's spiritual leaders and healers. Once again, Jean Auel combines her brilliant narrative skills and appealing characters with a remarkable re-creation of the way life was lived thousands of years ago, rendering the terrain, dwelling places, longings, beliefs, creativity and daily lives of Ice Age Europeans as real to the reader as today's news.
Publish date: March 29th 2011
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
Pages no: 661
Edition language: English
Series: Earth's Children part 1/2 (#6)
I'm out, I quit. What a load of shit. I'm actually quite angry at the moment. This is a series I have read over and over and have come to admire. This tripe does not belong with that series. THIS IS RUBBISH, it is crap, it should never have been released.The amount of spelling and grammatical errors...
Do ostatnich stron "Krainy jaskiń" miałem nadzieję, że autorka choć na chwilę wróci do klimatu, jaki posiadał pierwszy tom sagi - "Klan Niedźwiedzia Jaskiniowego". I faktycznie: nadzieja matką głupich, przysłowie to mówi samą prawdę... Mówiąc o Dzieciach Ziemi stale myślę o grach wideo. Konkretn...
I've read the entire series and this book left me disappointed. There were parts that had a little too much description, some of it not necessary. My biggest challenge with it is the ending. It not only felt rushed, but the behaviors that took place for some of the characters, Ayla, Jondalar and ...
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...