The Plains of Passage (Earth's Children, #4)
Jean M. Auel
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 1st 1991
Pages no: 912
Edition language: English
Series: Earth's Children part 1/2 (#4)
still finding these books so very hard to put down, while remaining completely aware of their problems. this one probably has the most information in terms of what the land, flora, and fauna was like 25,000 years ago, although all of them are full of information that she transmits to the reader in ...
I'm infatuated with Ayla and Jundular, I love the how the book shows herbal medicine and how different clans and settlements have similar culture and how some practices have veered off into oblivion. It's hard for me to review a book in a series, specially when I'm waiting for the next turn of even...
This book should've been called How to Pleasure Your Way Across Europe, Righting Injustices Along the Way.I've been meaning to do this write-up since I finished the book (over two weeks ago), but kept putting it off. The Plains of Passage comes in at just under 800 pages, but they're 800 pages in w...
While I loved Clan of the Cave Bear, this was close to unreadable, with pages and pages of descriptive detail of the "vast grasslands," and next to no interpersonal relations and dialogue. I really tried to get through it, but no luck.
In The Plains of Passage we follow Ayla and Jondalar on their epic journey to the home Jondalar left 5 years ago. He wants to return to his people and share the discoveries he has made and Ayla just wants to find a home where she can settle down and start a family. The journey isn't going to be an...