Ayla, figlia della Terra, ha concluso il suo epico viaggio attraverso gli spazi sconfinati dell’Europa preistorica, insieme a Giondalar, suo coraggioso compagno, e alla loro bambina. Sono tornati alla Nona Caverna degli Zelandoni, il popolo di Giondalar. Le sue strabilianti capacità le hanno guadagnato il ruolo di accolita della sciamana di più alto rango in seno alla comunità. Ma soprattutto Ayla si appresta a fare la scoperta più rivoluzionaria di tutte, quella dell’amore… Con La terra delle caverne dipinte, Jean M. Auel aggiunge l’ultimo, potente tassello alla Saga dei Figli della Terra, che ha conquistato milioni di lettori in tutto il mondo.
- ISBN: 8850231385
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 774
- Data di uscita: 23-05-2013
Excuse me, I have some paint I need to watch dry Ayla trains to be a Zelandani. Ayla goes to many caves. Ayla unveils the Big Secret (that readers have known about since Book 1). The End. *****Spoilers Abound Like Mad. Ye Have Been Warned.***** My God. If I thought the last book was fan fiction, I have Leggi tutto
I won't go too much into detail as other reviewers have exhaustively explained why this book sucks donkey arse, but essentially: 1. Auel likes to repeat things. A lot. What I meant to say is that Auel likes to repeat things. A lot. 2. Auel really digs caves. No, really. Ayla spends 2/3 of the book shu Leggi tutto
I just read the interview with Jane Auel that came out before the book was published. It was a LOT more interesting than the book was! While reading LOPC, I kept finding myself saying "AGAIN???" Wolf helps to find Jondular AGAIN??? You're repeating the "Mother's Song" AGAIN????? You're talking about Leggi tutto
After three years, six books and 4,345 pages I have finished reading the Earth's Children, saga by Finnish American author Jean Auel (nee Untinen) and my first reaction is... I will miss the fabulous, persistent Ayla, her strange though quite lovable family, both human and some not so much, the beau Leggi tutto
The Clan of the Cave Bear was a masterful character driven drama, if slightly plodding, an intensive study of both the nature of characters and relationships. The protagonist, Ayla, was a flawed and vulnerable girl possessed of genuinely admirable determination, existing in a very dangerous, brutal
I can save you the trouble of attempting to plough through Ms Auel's Potteresque doorstop in a few easy sentences. (view spoiler) [1) Ayla, who has become increasingly superpowered with each book, is described in the first chapter as having been born with heightened acuity in all her senses, but not realising just h (hide spoiler)] Leggi tutto
All right, that's finally done. Nothing like making a stomach bug feel worse by reading a very disappointing book. First off, I will say that I do admire Ms. Auel for a couple of things: 1) She researched this like no one else. The depth and breadth of her experiences while writing all this are absol Leggi tutto
Big thanks to all the Good Reads and Amazon reviewers who have already given this one a big THUMBS DOWN . You've given me permission to stop wasting my time hoping it will get better. I'm always afraid of being the one to burst everyone's expectation bubble without putting in a fair effort. No proble Leggi tutto
Herewith, the "Land of the Painted Caves" drinking game! Everytime.... the text mentions Ayla's accent, DRINK! the text called Ayla beautiful or Jondolar handsome, DRINK! the word "vivid" is used to describe Jondolar or Jonayla's eyes, DRINK! there is a verse of that goddess-forsaken song, DRINK! there's Leggi tutto
I loved these books as a kid. It's been a looong time since I read one, though. Now I'm 40% of the way through this one, complete with Part One. If you've read her previous books, you could probably skip part one and just go straight to Part Two.... unless you wanted to read and reread and reread al Leggi tutto
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