The Shelters of Stone (Earths Children, #5)

The Shelters of Stone (Earths Children, #5) The Shelters of Stone opens as Ayla and Jondalar, along with their animal friends, Wolf, Whinney, and Racer, complete their epic journey across Europe and are greeted by Jondalar s people the Zelandonii The people of the Ninth Cave of the Zelandonii fascinate Ayla Their clothes, customs, artifacts, even their homes formed in great cliffs of vertical limestone are a source of wonder to her And in the woman Zelandoni, the spiritual leader of the Ninth Cave and the one who initiated Jondalar into the Gift of Pleasure , she meets a fellow healer with whom to share her knowledge and skills But as Ayla and Jondalar prepare for the formal mating at the Summer Meeting, there are difficulties Not all the Zelandonii are welcoming Some fear Ayla s unfamiliar ways and abhor her relationship with those they call flatheads and she calls Clan Some even oppose her mating with Jondalar, and make their displeasure known Ayla has to call on all her skills, intelligence, knowledge, and instincts to find her way in this complicated society, to prepare for the birth of her child, and to decide whether she will accept new challenges and play a significant role in the destiny of the Zelandonii Jean Auel is at her very best in this superbly textured creation of a prehistoric society The Shelters of Stone is a sweeping story of love and danger, with all the wonderful detail based on meticulous research that makes her novels unique It is a triumphant continuation of the Earth s Children saga that began with The Clan of the Cave Bear And it includes an amazing rhythmic poem that describes the birth of Earth s Children and plays its own role in the narrative of The Shelters of Stone. Best Download The Shelters of Stone (Earths Children, #5) [ Author ] 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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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 800 pages
  • The Shelters of Stone (Earths Children, #5)
  • Jean M. Auel
  • English
  • 16 June 2017
  • 0553382616

10 thoughts on “The Shelters of Stone (Earths Children, #5)

  1. says:

    A Prehistoric Clip ShowOkay, guys, that was really funny Switching the novel with this fan fiction Brilliant joke You got me Now, where s the real novel UhTHIS is the novel Summary Ayla and Jondalar return to his home Everyone loves Ayla Ayla and Jondalar tie the knot Ayla gives birth to the hellspawn and somehow her name sounds better than Twilight s Renesmee but only just barely.Oh, yeah, and EVERY SINGLE STORY FROM THE LAST BOOK IS REPRINTED So don t bother even READING the pr A Prehistoric Clip ShowOkay, guys, that was really funny Switching the novel with this fan fiction Brilliant joke You got me Now, where s the real novel UhTHIS is the novel Summary Ayla and Jondalar return to his home Ev...

  2. says:

    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 perfect of a character, and the characters who don t like her are inevitably drunks or jealous bitches I feel really committed to this series, since I really loved the first two books, and liked books 3 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 perfect of a character, and the characters who don t like her are inevitably drunks or jealous bitches I feel really committed to this series, since I really loved the first two books, and liked books 3 4 just fine, but I was so disappointed in this book I am not sure what happened my guess is that Jean Auel doesn t really want to write these any, so procrastinates by doing incredibly detailed research is this really necessary at this point She has done p...

  3. says:

    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 Jondalar and Ayla Pleasured themselves across the continent while righing wrongs, curing injustice and improving life styles in their spare time Shelter just bombed Can t remember a single scen 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 favor...

  4. says:

    Utter crap Pretend the series ended with Plains of Passage and Ayla and Jondalar had a baby and lived happily ever after.

  5. says:

    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 Zelandoni, about 600 on the first month or so, then suddenly the last months whizz by in, maybe, 100 pages She is redundant not only from her previous books, but within the book itself She makes the same de 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 Zelandoni, about 600 on the first month or so, then suddenly the last months whizz by in, maybe, 100 pages She is redundant not only from her previous books, but within the book itself She makes the same detailed statement 4 or 5 or 6 times How many times can she tell us, in great detail, of Ayla s special language for the horses Too many times I love the premise of this book I l...

  6. says:

    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 of how Ayla acquired her animals, found Jondalar, was raised by flatheads, et...

  7. says:

    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 who put her financial portfolio in the stratosphere these 20 years It apprears she took her loyal readers for granted in a big way It s obvious from the writing that she doesn t care about her charac 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 o...

  8. says:

    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 glacier dividing northern Europe to return to Jondalars people who live in natural spacious stone caves Ayla is accepted by his people, well most of them Of course, there are a few flies in the ointm 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 glacier dividing northern Europe to return to Jondalars people who live in natural spacious stone caves Ayla is accepted by his people, well most of them Of course, there a...

  9. says:

    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 haveconflict After reading the blurb I was scared it was gonna belik...

  10. says:

    This book is not worth reading unless you fell in love with Ayla in Clan of the Cave Bear and Valley of the Horses and are desperate to find out how her story continues Each installment in this series is weighted down with the retelling of all of the previous books in the series, plus all the description that Jean Auel heaps into her books, to the point that this monster advances Ayla s story by barely a year Typically, the description of technology, biology, and landscape in the Earth s Child This book is not worth reading unless you fell in love with Ayla in Clan of the Cave Bear and Valley of the Horses and are desperate to find out how her story continues Each installment in this series is weighted down with the retelling of all of the previous books in the series, plus all the description that Jean Auel heaps into her books, to the point that this monster advances Ayla s story by barely a year Typically, the description of technology, biology, and landsca...

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