Il viaggio di Ayla e Giondalar si è concluso, e il giovane è tornato dal suo popolo, la Nona Caverna degli Zelandoni, che per lunghi anni lo ha atteso. Ma chi è la straniera al suo fianco? Da dove viene? Perché è accompagnata da un lupo e da un cavallo? Ben presto Ayla comprende che il suo futuro dipenderà da ciò che potrà offrire agli Zelandoni: la capacità di accendere il fuoco con le pietre e di «parlare» con gli animali, di maneggiare le armi e di costruire utensili... Nuove sfide attendono Ayla, non meno insidiose di quelle del viaggio: saprà farsi accettare dalla Nona Caverna? E potrà sempre contare su Giondalar'
- ISBN: 8850204221
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 832
A Prehistoric Clip Show Okay, guys, that was really funny. Switching the novel with this fan fiction? Brilliant joke! You got me. Now, where's the real novel? ... Uh...THIS is the novel? Summary: Ayla and Jondalar return to his home. Everyone loves Ayla; Ayla and Jondalar tie the knot; Ayla gives birth Leggi tutto
Now in its fifth incarnation of The Clan of the Cave Bear...The Shelters of Stone, the decline is quite noticeable here, there is no real plot just Jondalar taking Ayla back to his home after being away for half a decade. Obviously missing the family , still his future mate is rather nervous underst Leggi tutto
I can't believe we had to wait 12 years for this book. It is a far cry from The Clan of the Cave Bear , which was captivating in its detail and character development. This book is in sore need of an editor. There is too much detailed description, and the pace moves incredibly slowly. Ayla is too perf Leggi tutto
Total Crap. Enough of "Pleasures" and discriptive scenes of ice age Europe. Some new information and a plot would have been great. The series has gone from one of my favorite books (Clan of the Cave Bear) to something I almost didn't finish. The series started crashing with "Plains of Passage" where Leggi tutto
Utter crap. Pretend the series ended with Plains of Passage and Ayla and Jondalar had a baby and lived happily ever after.
I couldn't wait for this book to end. Repetitive repetitive repetitive. Auel uses the same phrases and descriptions so many times throughout all five books that it drove me batty. How many formal introductions of the same characters do there have to be? How many times do you have to tell the story o Leggi tutto
Auel has written a beautiful saga about prehistoric man, and if I weren't so attached to her characters and their fate, I would have chucked this book long ago. Sadly, this is the worst of the five--mainly because it lacks plot and interest. Auel spends 200 pages on their first day with the Zelandon Leggi tutto
...hindsight being 20/20, I would have wished that Auel had spent an ADDITIONAL 12 years revising this book and gotten a better editor instead of dumping this horrible parody of our beloved Ayla on her fan kingdom. Not even a brief "thank you for your patience" on her dedication page to all of us wh Leggi tutto
This book took me longer to read that the previous four books - not because it wasn't interesting to read. Rather, I didn't want the book to end. Certainly, this book has some "fill" that could have be cut but it doesn't distract from what is overall, a great read. Ayla and Jondalar cross a great g
1. The Clan of the Cave Bear ★★★★★ 2. The Valley of Horses ★★★★★ 3. The Mammoth Hunters ★★★★ 4. The Plains of Passage ★★★★★ 5. The Shelters of Stone ★★★★★ I was worried that this book would have more conflict. After reading the blurb I was scared it was gonna be more like The Mammoth Hunters , which was m Leggi tutto
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