The Mammoth Hunters (Earths Children, #3)

The Mammoth Hunters (Earths Children, #3) Once again Jean M Auel opens the door of a time long past to reveal an age of wonder and danger at the dawn of the modern human race With all the consummate storytelling artistry and vivid authenticity she brought to The Clan of the Cave Bear and its sequel, The Valley of Horses, Jean M Auel continues the breathtaking epic journey of the woman called Ayla Riding Whinney with Jondalar, the man she loves, and followed by the mare s colt, Ayla ventures into the land of the Mamutoi the Mammoth Hunters She has finally found the Others she has been seeking Though Ayla must learn their different customs and language, she is adopted because of her remarkable hunting ability, singular healing skills, and uncanny fire making technique Bringing back the single pup of a lone wolf she has killed, Ayla shows the way she tames animals She finds women friends and painful memories of the Clan she left behind, and meets Ranec, the dark skinned, magnetic master carver of ivory, whom she cannot refuse inciting Jondalar to a fierce jealousy that he tries to control by avoiding her Unfamiliar with the ways of the Others, Ayla misunderstands, and thinking Jondalar no longer loves her, she turns to Ranec Throughout the icy winter the tension mounts, but warming weather will bring the great mammoth hunt and the mating rituals of the Summer Meeting, when Ayla must choose to remain with Ranec and the Mamutoi, or to follow Jondalar on a long journey into an unknown future. Free Download The Mammoth Hunters (Earths Children, #3) [ by ] Jean M. Auel [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Jean M Auel, n e Jean Marie Untinen is an American author best known for her Earth s Children books, a series of historical fiction novels set in prehistoric Europe that explores interactions of Cro Magnon people with Neanderthals As of 2010 her books have soldthan 45 million copies worldwide, in many translations Auel attended University of Portland, and earned an MBA in 1976 She receiv Jean M Auel, n e Jean Marie Untinen is an American author best known for her Earth s Children books, a series of historical fiction novels set in prehistoric Europe that explores interactions of Cro Magnon people with Neanderthals As of 2010 her books have soldthan 45 million copies worldwide, in many translations Auel attended University of Portland, and earned an MBA in 1976 She received honorary degrees from her alma mater, as well as the University of Maine and the Mount Vernon College for Women She and her husband, Ray Bernard Auel, have five children and live in Portland, Oregon

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  • Paperback
  • 688 pages
  • The Mammoth Hunters (Earths Children, #3)
  • Jean M. Auel
  • English
  • 02 April 2017
  • 0553381644

10 thoughts on “The Mammoth Hunters (Earths Children, #3)

  1. says:

    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 that this Other is going to see her and immediately know, somehow, that she lived with the Clan and hate her this is only 1 of the many continuity conflicts in this story Jondalar, being the perfect 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 that this Other is going to see her and immediately know, somehow, that she lived with the Clan and hate her this is only 1 of the many continuity conflicts in this story Jondalar, being the perfect perfectness of perfect maleness You do know, after all that ...

  2. says:

    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 the human race was born and theprimitive Neanderthals who have been in Europe for at least 200,000 years, never very numerous, short but quite powerful , very durable too and contrary to the mo 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 Ukrain...

  3. says:

    5 STARSWow 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 the length The author occasionally goes a bit overboard with her descriptive explanations of tool making and hide curing etc etc etc Very interesting, but I think they could be honed down a good bit 5 STARSWow 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 the length The author occasionally goes a bit overboard with her descriptive explanations of tool making and hide curing etc etc etc Very interesting, but I think they could be honed down a good bit no pun intended There was also a good bit of animosity and misunderstanding in this part of the story And as a reader it was absolutely maddening There was way too much stupid going on between Ayla and Jondalar, and the results were nearly disastrous And considering the sheer length of the book the resolution was far too long in coming But I have to admit it kept me glued to the book So with that said, and the ...

  4. says:

    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...

  5. says:

    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 stupid about love.For some reason, both of the main characters bothered me to some degree in this book Aside from the love story being obnoxious, you half expect that Jondolar has reverted back to a 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 stupid about love.For some reason, both of the main characters bothered me to some degree in this book Aside from the love story being obnoxious, you half expect that Jondolar has reverted back to a child that has no idea how to verbalize emotions and handle stress and that Ayla is going to invent nuclear fusion any day now.I still enjoyed reading about how these people might have lived and survived in that time, but the long diatribes of the vegitation and land formations almost put me to sleep a few times and I found myself skimming...

  6. says:

    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 characterisations and it dragged in places Nevertheless, I persisted, convinced that The Valley of Horses had just been a brief dip before the series got back to the good standard of the first book I was wrong, a I was hooked into this series by the first book, Clan of the Cave Bear ,...

  7. says:

    This book could have been much shorter and I probably would have enjoyed itIs she getting paid per word ha The characters becameweak and aggravating, their silly storylines were drawn on for far too long Still, it was somewhat enjoyable, but I don t know if ...

  8. says:

    Absolutely loved this one again, she s keep ing me super into this world and I ve barely been reading other books becuase I ve just been immersed into this world Ayla s story is oncecontinued in this book but now we have Jondalar accompanying her to integrate with new types of people and clans She s managed to learn so much from Jondalar, but her heritage and customs from living as part of the Clan of the Cave Bear are still ingrained in her behaviour and finally meetingOthers i Absolutely loved this one again, she s keep ing me super into this world and I ve barely been reading other books becuase I ve just been immersed into this world Ayla s story is oncecontinued in this book but now we have Jondalar accompanying her to integrate with new types of people and clans She s managed to learn so much from Jondalar, but her heritage and customs from living as part of the Clan of the Cave Bear are still ingrained in her behaviour and finally meetingOthers is both a welcome adventure and a trial once again Ayla is resourceful and inq...

  9. says:

    The short rundown A page turner, as in Pedantic description turn page Tell not show turn page Angst andangst 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 longer rundown All actions must be described in mind numbing detail Ditto descriptions, feelings, etc AND then repeated later Does anyone actually read these stories word by word by word, or do The short rundown A page turner, as in Pedantic description turn page Tell not show turn page Angst andangst 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 longer rundown All actions must be described in mind numbing detail Ditto descriptions, feelings, etc AND then repeated later Does anyone actually read these stories word by word by word, or do they, like me, skim large angst description ridden sections And that takes up a lot of the book.I hear often that authors should show, not tell, and after reading this book, glazing over and page turning past large sections of telling often repeating what has been told before I fully appreciate that advice We did not need to be told about things that were not relevant to the story An example Telling how wolves would be selected for pets because they had different features to the norm Smaller, a different colour, etc Yes eventually...

  10. says:

    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 that in the next book Ayla and Jondalar have left the Mamutoi I could not handle anyof that But I still love Ayla and Jondalar despite their cluelessness and I love this story so I am looking 1 The Clan of the Cave Bear 2 The Valley of Horses 3 The Mammoth Hunters Oh this book drove me crazy This has o...

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