The Clan of the Cave Bear (Earths Children, #1)

The Clan of the Cave Bear (Earths Children, #1) This novel of awesome beauty and power is a moving saga about people, relationships, and the boundaries of love Through Jean M Auel s magnificent storytelling we are taken back to the dawn of modern humans, and with a girl named Ayla we are swept up in the harsh and beautiful Ice Age world they shared with the ones who called themselves the Clan of the Cave Bear A natural disaster leaves the young girl 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 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 Iza and Creb, the old Mog ur, grow to love her, and as Ayla learns the ways of the Clan and Iza s way of healing, most come to accept her But the brutal and proud youth who is destined to become their next leader sees her differences as a threat to his authority He develops a deep and abiding hatred for the strange girl of the Others who lives in their midst, and is determined to get his revenge. Free Download The Clan of the Cave Bear (Earths Children, #1) [ Author ] Jean M. Auel [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • 516 pages
  • The Clan of the Cave Bear (Earths Children, #1)
  • Jean M. Auel
  • English
  • 17 May 2018

10 thoughts on “The Clan of the Cave Bear (Earths Children, #1)

  1. says:

    The thing that strikes me most about her work is that every time there s a new discovery about how paleolithic people lived, it goes along with her stories Things they said were silly back when she wrote it Neanderthals with instruments, Neanderthals living with homo sapiens sapiens, and the like keep proving true She presents interesting ideas of cognition, culture and how societies develop The first two books are her best I think The rest remain interesting if you can deal with the const The thing that strikes me most about her work is that every time there s a new discovery about how paleolithic people lived, it goes along with her stories Things they said were silly back when she wrote it Neanderthals with instruments, Neanderthals living with homo sapiens sapiens, and the like keep proving true She presents interesting ideas of cognition, culture and how societies develop The first two books are...

  2. says:

    Ms Auel, there are some things I d like to talk to you about Be warned I m quite angry because I keep reading your books for some bizarre reason and I cringe and tear my hair out in despair See, you had a good story there a little Cro Magnon orphan girl found and raised by Neanderthals I didn t even care she turned out to be the smartest, most beautiful, ingenious little thing and the villain in the story was almost grotesque and cartoonish in his evildoing I knew no real harm would ever c Ms Auel, there are some things I d like to talk to you about Be warned I m quite angry because I keep reading your books for some bizarre reason and I cringe and tear my hair out in despair See, you had a good story there a little Cro Magnon orphan girl found and raised by Neanderthals I didn t even care she turned out to be the smartest, most beautiful, ingenious little thing and the villain in the story was almost grotesque and cartoonish in his evildoing I knew no real harm would ever come Ayla s...

  3. says:

    Omg This book was awesome I hope I get to read the rest of the series I might buy them for myself for my B Day Yes, there were some parts but there always seem to have those in books I read Still loved Happy Reading Mel

  4. says:

    This was a great pick I thoroughly enjoyed this read Set during prehistoric times, Ayla s Home and her family are lost to a devastating earthquake Homeless and alone she wanders the land, barely surviving, until she is found by Iza a member of The Clan Ayla struggles to fit in and to be accepted by The Clan, its customs forei...

  5. says:

    I once read an article from National Geographic in which the author had spent some time living with a Stone Age tribe in Africa The people were a studied anachronism, living in modern times, but within a carefully maintained atavistic society of hunting and gathering Most endearing of this study was the author s observations about the interactive dialogue amongst the members of the tribe One wife would say to her husband, another woman has three beads, I only have two, I wish I had a husband I once read an article from National Geographic in which the author had spent some time living with a Stone Age tribe in Africa The people were a studied anachronism, living in modern times, but within a carefully maintained atavistic society of hunting and gathering Most endearing of this study was the author s observations about the interactive dialogue amongst the members of the tribe One wife would say to her husband, another woman has three beads, I only have two, I wish I had a husband who could work hard and provide Another would say to his young son, is that how you skin a kill Here let me show you how it is done Human nature does not change.And so we come t...

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    Note, March 25, 2014 I edited this review slightly just now, to delete one accidental dittography Hmmm, I thought I d proofread this Auel s Earth s Children series this opening volume was followed by, so far, four sequels garners mixed and mostly negative reviews here on Goodreads Though none of them have reviewed it, a dozen of my Goodreads friends have given it ratings, ranging from one star to five Obviously, my own reaction falls at the favorable end of the spectrum.Ayla, of Note, March 25, 2014 I edited this review slightly just now, to delete one accidental dittography Hmmm, I thought I d proofread this Auel s Earth s Children series this opening volume was followed by, so far, four sequels garners mixed and mostly negative revie...

  7. says:

    Circa 30,000 years ago in the lands surrounding the broad Black Sea , in future Europe, a cataclysmic event occurred, not very unusual there, but still to the superstitious Ice Age people , a devastating occurrence A family of Cro Magnons, the first modern humans, our direct ancestors, were wiped out, near a small river, all except a little girl named Ayla , ju...

  8. says:

    I really wanted to dig this book I have a burgeoning obsession with prehistory, evolution, and the antecedents of man, and a tale of Cro Magnons and Neanderthals is exactly what I d love to read.Sadly, this book does not contain that tale.Instead, it s a goopy mess of inane metaphysics, prurience for prurience s sake, and a none too subtle dollop of racism, as the blonde haired and light skinned heroine shows theprimitive and darker skinned Neanderthals how to do well, just about eve I really wanted to dig this book I have a burgeoning obsession with prehistory, evolution, and the antecedents of man, and a tale of Cro Magnons and Neanderthals is exactly what I d love to read.Sadly, this book does not contain that tale.Instead, it s a goopy mess of inane metaphysics, prurience for prurience s sake, and a none too subtle dollop of racism, as the blonde...

  9. says:

    I could easily sit between a red faced evolutionist and a screaming creationist, both arguing around me, and quite contentedly finish any book I was reading I m no Louis Leakey, people I m no Tammy Faye Baker, either.I am, in fact, an anthropological airhead, and arguing with me about creationism or evolution is like trying to convince me to become interested in my car s transmission Whatever the hell that is.Ain t going to happen, folks.I figure if I don t personally have the ability to I could easily sit between a red faced evolutionist and a screaming creationist, both arguing around me, and quite contentedly finish...

  10. says:

    Where do I even start In a tale that defies biology, geology, common sense and all belief, Jean M Auel introduces us to a particularly disturbing self insert in the form of Ayla, a Cro Magnon girl who is raised by a tribe of doltish Neanderthals.Not only is Ayla strong, beautiful though she considers herself ugly and believes that nobody could ever love her and talented, she s also a virtual genius Over the course of the series she invents or discovers view spoiler the spear thrower, bask Where do I even start In a tale that defies biology, geology, common sense and all belief, Jean M Auel introduces us to a particularly disturbing self insert in the form of Ayla, a Cro Magnon girl who is raised by a tribe of doltish Neanderthals.Not only is Ayla strong, beautiful though she considers herself ugly and believes that nobody could ever love her and talented, she s also a virtual genius Over the course of the series she invents or discovers view spoiler the spear thrower, basket weaving, superior weapon making, the sewing needle, surgical stitching, horseback riding, the bra, the domestication of animal...

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