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The Mammoth Hunters

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Part One Of Two Parts In this third of the acclaimed Earth's Children novels Ayla the independent heroine of THE CLAN OF THE CAVE BEAR and THE VALLEY OF HORSES sets out from the valley on Whinney the horse she tamed With. Aylia first encounter with the others

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Of ivory Ayla finds herself torn between Ranec and Jondalar the latter a powerful lover but insecure and wildly jealous It is not until the great mammoth hunt when Ayla's life is threatened that a fateful decision is mad. I love Alya's story and this chapter of her life was filled with so much love and many great characters the detail the author went into about the land and techniue used for all aspects of living were very informative but at times seems almost tedious I find way of living and concepts to be fascinating and look forward to reading of Alya's journey

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Her is Jondalar tall handsome and yellow haired the man she nursed back to health and came to love Together they meet the Manutoi the Mammoth Hunters people like Ayla Among them is Ranec an artistic magnetic master carver. I have found that Jean Auel has been instrumental in helping me to appreciate the pre history that pre dated our Native American tribes In fact this book takes place I believe on the European continent His fiction based on archaeological findings is presented in such a way that you never know you are learning something very important All of Jean's books are that way and I value every one I have tried to read every one of Jean's books and have come away with a better knowledge of history and pre history than I ever learned in school with little or no pain of boredom whatsoever I only wish to emulate Jean's excellent style in my own books Kitty Sutton Deathgame (Hardy Boys: Casefiles, yellow haired the man she nursed back to health and came to love Together they meet the Manutoi the Mammoth Hunters people like Ayla Among them is Ranec an artistic magnetic master carver. I have found that Jean Auel has been instrumental in helping me to appreciate the pre history that pre dated our Native American tribes In fact this book takes place I believe on the European continent His fiction based on archaeological findings is presented in such a way that Informal Work Talks and Teachings you never know Understanding Soccer Tactics you are learning something very important All of Jean's books are that way and I value every one I have tried to read every one of Jean's books and have come away with a better knowledge of history and pre history than I ever learned in school with little or no pain of boredom whatsoever I only wish to emulate Jean's excellent style in my own books Kitty Sutton