Attraverso gli spazi sconfinati dell'Europa preistorica, continua l'epico viaggio di Ayla. Non più sola, ma insieme con Giondalar, suo coraggioso compagno, Ayla si unisce ai Cacciatori di Mammut. È questa la sua gente? Il loro linguaggio è strano, i loro costumi sono diversi; Ayla è pronta a misurarsi con nuove situazioni ma deve ancora sopportare l'amaro sapore della diffidenza e dell'emarginazione. Il viaggio di Ayla non è ancora finito, la sua ansia di conoscenza la spinge verso luoghi sconosciuti dove si prepara il destino dell'umanità.
- ISBN: 8878193186
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 602
WARNING: This book has caused me a lot of heartache, and as I review it, I may end up in a ball of mush, blathering unintelligibly. When we last left Ayla and Jondalar, they were returning to Jondalar's family, standing smiling as they met one of the Mamutoi. Now, Ayla is quivering in fear, afraid th Leggi tutto
In the distant unknown , murky past ( no history books to tell their stories), during the era of the caveman , two groups of people struggle to survive in a cruel territory that someday the nation of Ukraine will be established ...our ancestors the Cro-Magnon man, the new arrivals from Africa, where Leggi tutto
5 STARS Wow! 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 story. My only complaint is Leggi tutto
I have a huge Love hate relationship with these books. The author repeats herself over and over again; she treats the reader like they're stupid and cannot remember a thing. In fact I believe any good editor could cut these books down by hundreds of pages. Yet, this series is addicting. The first on Leggi tutto
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 story. Everything that has been happening for Leggi tutto
I was hooked into this series by the first book, "Clan of the Cave Bear", a fun, well-written novel with excellent character relationships. I instantly read the sequel, "The Valley of Horses", but found myself a bit dubious, as there were a couple of issues this time around with the characterisation Leggi tutto
This has been my least favorite out of the Earths Children series, although I find it hard to dislike any of the books. The 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 Leggi tutto
This book could have been much shorter and I probably would have enjoyed it more! Is she getting paid per word? ha. The characters became more weak and aggravating, their silly storylines were drawn on for far too long. Still, it was somewhat enjoyable, but I don't know if I want to continue reading Leggi tutto
The short rundown: A page turner, as in: Pedantic description – turn page. Tell not show – turn page. Angst and more angst – turn page. Repeat history (telling) again and again and – turn page. Describe all actions in minute detail – turn page. Another long description of “pleasures” – turn pages. The Leggi tutto
1. The Clan of the Cave Bear ★★★★★ 2. The Valley of Horses ★★★★★ 3. The Mammoth Hunters ★★★★ Oh this book drove me crazy! This has one of the most emotionally trying love-triangles that I have ever encountered. For 3/4 of the book I wanted to pull out my hair and slap a whole bunch of people. I am glad Leggi tutto
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