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Sets forth into the land of the Mamutoi the Mammoth Hunters the Others she has been seeking Though Ayla must learn their strange customs and language it is because of her uncanny hunting and healing skills that she is adopted into the Mammoth Hearth Here Ayla finds her first women friends and painful memories of the Clan she left behind Here too is Ranec the dark skin. I love the Earth's Children's Series by Jean Auel I will say that the last 2 books were disappointing and the 4th book was what started that going down point It is my opinion that this book the 3rd book in the series is the best book It is my favorite storyEverything that has been happening for the past 2 books comes together to make this amazing story It's a wonderful 3 book arc There is some weird love triangle stuff between Ayla Jondalar and Ranec I didn't enjoy that and I thought it was foolish but young lovers are often foolish so I forgive itJondalar and Ayla have left their happy valley heading back to Jondalar's family They meet up with another clan and they join the clan for a year or so and become part of the tribe Jondalar has discovered the throwing stick that gives better spear throwing and killing abilities and both he and Ayla bring so much to the tribe They are the star couple Everyone is amazed by the wolf and the horse and how Ayla controls themWe learn how they build their homes how they hunt and how they party Every summer they gather for a big party basically together They find mates spead learning and share community My favorite moment in the book is when Baby his cave lion she raised that is the size of a horse or is coming toward the summer gathering and the hunters want to kill it Ayla sees Baby yells at him and runs to him and hugs him Then she jumps on his back and runs off for a bit The whole village thinks she's a witch or a goddess They don't understand her That is the moment that seals this book for me I just love it Ayla and Jondalar leave the camp for his family at the end but the way the rest of the book goes I wish they would have stayed and this would be the last one This makes for a great endingI also enjoy Mamut the Shaman who teaches Ayla about being a Shaman It's really great stuffI love this book and it is the best storytelling Jean has done It's a great series a bit slow paced and the sex is graphic and so so repetitive that it gets absolutely boring The sex is a bit ridiculous She explains so much of how pre historic man lived and the plants there and there is a ton of research that goes into this and sometimes it does slow the narrative down a bit but I find it fascinating and I love it I need to do a re read of this series again someday soon It's just so good Amazon.com: Solaris Internals: Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris Kernel Architecture eBook: Richard McDougall, Jim Mauro: Kindle Store raised that is the size of a horse or is coming toward the summer gathering and the hunters want to kill it Ayla sees Baby yells at him and Solaris Internals runs to him and hugs him Then she jumps on his back and The Story of Before runs off for a bit The whole village thinks she's a witch or a goddess They don't understand her That is the moment that seals this book for me I just love it Ayla and Jondalar leave the camp for his family at the end but the way the Tempting Treasures rest of the book goes I wish they would have stayed and this would be the last one This makes for a great endingI also enjoy Mamut the Shaman who teaches Ayla about being a Shaman It's Mikrocontrollertechnik Mit Avr really great stuffI love this book and it is the best storytelling Jean has done It's a great series a bit slow paced and the sex is graphic and so so Geschichte Der Hexenprozesse repetitive that it gets absolutely boring The sex is a bit People Centricity ridiculous She explains so much of how pre historic man lived and the plants there and there is a ton of A Girls Guide to Vampires (Dark Ones research that goes into this and sometimes it does slow the narrative down a bit but I find it fascinating and I love it I need to do a Murderers, Scoundrels and Ragamuffins (The First Ward, re The Labors of Heracles read of this series again someday soon It's just so good

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Ned magnetic master carver of ivory tusks to whom Ayla is irresistibly drawn setting Jondalar on fire with jealousy Throughout the icy winter Ayla is torn between her two men But soon will come the great spring mammoth hunt when Ayla must choose her mate and her destiny to remain in the Hearth with Ranec or to follow Jondalar into a far off place and an unknown futur. This has been my least favorite out of the Earths Children series although I find it hard to dislike any of the booksThe love story in this one starts out strong and by the time you get half way through you are so sick of the misunderstandings and hurt feelings that you feel no one could be that stupid about loveFor some reason both of the main characters bothered me to some degree in this book Aside from the love story being obnoxious you half expect that Jondolar has reverted back to a child that has no idea how to verbalize emotions and handle stress and that Ayla is going to invent nuclear fusion any day nowI still enjoyed reading about how these people might have lived and survived in that time but the long diatribes of the vegitation and land formations almost put me to sleep a few times and I found myself skimming over whole pages just to get past itAlthough you know that in the end Ayla and Jondolar are going to end up back together again you don't really expect it to be the VERY end and when it finally happens it seems so rushed that it overlooks many of the problems the author laid out before them Or maybe love really does just conuer all

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Once again Jean M Auel opens the door of time to reveal an age of wonder and terror at the dawn of humanity With all the consummate storytelling artistry and vivid authenticity she brought to The Clan Of The Cave Bear and its seuel The Valley Of Horses Jean M Auel continues the breathtaking epic journey of the woman called Ayla Now with her devoted Jondalar Ayla boldly. 5 STARSWow These books are good Now I’m beginning to see how they became such a craze back in the eighties It boggles the mind how much research and simple creative story telling the author has pulled together to make this epic story come to life And yes it is a love storyMy only complaint is the length The author occasionally goes a bit overboard with her descriptive explanations of tool making and hide curing etc etc etc Very interesting but I think they could be honed down a good bit no pun intendedThere was also a good bit of animosity and misunderstanding in this part of the story And as a reader it was absolutely maddening There was way too much stupid going on between Ayla and Jondalar and the results were nearly disastrous And considering the sheer length of the book the resolution was far too long in coming But I have to admit it kept me glued to the book So with that said and the story finally moving forward in its proper direction I will proceed on to the next and even longer book in the series I am listening to the audio books and I have to say that the narrator Sandra Burr has really stepped up her game from the first book Sometimes I can’t believe that it’s only one person doing all of these voices She really is uite talented And even though my enthusiasm seems a bit subdued for my usual 5 star reads all I can say is that it must be sheer exhaustion from my loss of sleep and emotional turmoil of getting through the book I definitely couldn’t have given it any less So now that I am rested and recovered on to book 4

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