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And I’ve enjoyed every single lost in time moment with this book. What do you imagine happened to Durc after Ayla left?
You probably odo understand what they were talking about. This book was awesome!! What was the world like before? Though none of them have reviewed it, a dozen of my Goodreads friends have given it ratings, ranging from one star to five.
Men can beat women and be completely justified–this happens to Ayla quite a few times in the book. Loved cavernatio about how herbs and foods and medicines were used and prepared, and was surprised and excited by the expertise shown.
El Clan del Oso Cavernario
As I said above, I loved the research Auel put into this book; that said, inserting several passages ONLY to show what plants mixed with what roots would make a cure for this ailment got old. It’s amazing the details of the flora, fauna and terrain of the prehistoric earth in general that was described in such a way that the reader really is left feeling as if this novel was part story, part history lesson.
So I went out and got my hands on an audiobook of the first cavfrnario the Cln Children series.
Jean Auel is masterful in her ability to create a story that has you transported in time and live vicariously in Ayla’s world. View all 3 comments.
This is the story of a young child called Ayla who is born over 35, years ago during Neanderthal cavernadio Cro-Magnon times. This book was a complete joy to read and listen to, as I added the audiobook and I know that I’ll be rereading it in the future.
As ugly and strange to the clan as the girl seems, she brings them luck and they very soon find a new cave, even better than their last. I loved this book.
Her life with the Clan isn’t easy, their traditions are very different to those she was brought up with and she finds it hard to understand why she isn’t allowed to do the things she wants to do. I went to Enrichment a church women’s meeting about years ago, and they were having a book sharing activity.
Through her differences, Ayla becomes a self-sufficient woman, able to take care of herself. Indeed, she’s much too strong, competent and intelligent for some of the Clan to accept in a woman and judging from critical and reader reactions, some moderns aren’t very cool with it either!
That said, The Clan liibro the Cave Bear has no peers. I’ve heard the movie is terrible, but then what would you expect from a movie starring Darryl Hannah? It’s what happens when two entirely different races and culture meet in the form of one young girl, and it’s the story of how Ayla defied everything they caverbario ever have anticipated for her.
I was never bored. As a child born to the Others a Cro Magnon group living in another areaAyla’s differences are always apparent to everyone else, but she grows to be a respected and integral part of the Clan. I read this for the first time years ago and although there’s absolutely zero romance at all, not even a hero that comes in the next book To them, blond, blue-eyed Ayla looks peculiar and ugly–she is one of the Others, those who have moved into their ancient homeland; but Iza cannot leave the girl to die and takes her with them.
The other books in the series are fine, but not nearly as cqvernario in my opinion.
El Clan del Oso Cavernario by Jean M. Auel (5 star ratings)
Another totally nice girl at the table then said, “That book actually has a lot of really passionate parts in it, I believe. While both race of people considered themselves human it was interesting to see people separated by something other than race, color or language but separated by fundamental difference in biological construction.
And obviously she didn’t stop at the first sign of a “passionate part”, or she wouldn’t have know that there were passionate parts plural. I can not believe how much I loved this book. While I had read that that book wasn’t so hot, I did read reviews that praised the first few books.
This is truly a 5-star rated experience.