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Needless to say, this was difficult for me to finish. I loved the character of Ayla right from the start, probably becuase she is much more dell me and has many of the traits that will no doubt develop into humanity as we know it today.

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Does she find a mate? 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.

Iza was a warm, loving, kind-hearted, strong woman. Yes, there were some parts but there always seem to have those in books I read! Narrator was okay, but read a bit fast and with without enough inflection at times Looking forward to book two. What an extraordinary imagination author Jean M. I edited this review slightly just now, to delete one accidental dittography. I went to Enrichment a church women’s meeting about years ago, caavernario they were lso a book sharing activity.

It brought to life a world disappeared by more than 10, years. She is proud, strong, very intelligent, and able to make leaps of logic that often get her into trouble with her adopted people. A natur This novel of awesome beauty and power is a moving saga about people, relationships, and the boundaries of love. She was a fine narrator and I became very used to her reading for Ayla and the other characters. Ayla’s story isn’t without struggle and difficulty, but it also contains strength and love and a ferocity that I absolu Incredible.


Paperbackpages. I sobbed at the end of the book, not just because it was emotional, but I remember the sadness that I would never again be able to read this book with new eyes.

I can not believe how much I loved this book. She tries to find her place in the clan; she is constantly testing the boundaries, but not because she is always defiant.

Jean Auel is masterful in ep ability to create a story that has you transported in time and live vicariously in Ayla’s world. I am simply giving approximations.

I’ll tell those who haven’t read it. A natural disaster leaves the young caverjario wandering alone in an unfamiliar and dangerous land until she is found by a woman of the Clan, people very different from her own kind. The Clan of the Cave Bear does contain a rape scene that some may find difficult osl read but this isn’t included for dramatic effect, it fits in well with the story and I believe was something that needed to be included.

The series was one that I read out loud to my wife; it also became one of her all-time cavrnario, and she re-reads cpan periodically on her own! I appreciate stories that are historical fiction or fantasy where a complex society and intricate details about the lives of the inhabitants are described.


It was very entertaining, transportive and as an author, what a project. I have no doubt that after reading this story you will be just as hooked as I am and I’m sure you’ll end up devouring the rest of the series! Ayla is such an inspiration and strong woman.

El Clan del Oso Cavernario

I read it several times afterwards, but I haven’t picked it up in years. She now grows up in a very difficult situation which ends up sort of – modern man vs prehistoric man. I hadn’t been happy with the last several books so the last one did not surprise me at all.

Here, however, neither of these flaws are as lirbo as they are in the later books the latter because the plot here affords little occasion for it –Ayla doesn’t yet have a love interest, though that gets remedied later on. Want to Read saving…. Jondalar, be still my beating heart!

The minimal dialogue feels natural and comfortable. I’ve heard so much about this series of books, particularly with the most recent and apparently last of the series??

Then about a year ago it occurred to me: This is the story of a young child called Ayla who is born over 35, years ago during Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon times. I couldn’t put it libr. Another totally nice girl at the table then said, “That book actually has a lot of really passionate parts in it, I believe.