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Although Jean Auel obviously takes certain liberties with the actions and motivations of all our ancestors, her extensive research into the Ice Age does shine through--especially in the detailed knowledge of plants and natural remedies used by the medicine woman and passed down to Ayla. Mostly, though, this first in the series of four is a wonderful story of survival. Ayla's personal evolution is a compelling and relevant tale. --Sara Nickerson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I do not understand the glowing reviews. The writing is bloated with details (six pages rambling about flora and fauna) then the author glosses over events actually involving the... Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Katherine Berry
This book is amazing. I am into biology but even if you were not this is definitely a book to read. Can't wait to read the next one!Published 3 days ago by pv
I love the story, but the first disc, sold to me as - new - was badly damaged and I couldn't hear the last few chapters, so I was unable to pick it back up on the 2nd disc. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Karin Linford
Very good book, realistic fiction and quite believable. Painstakingly researched and documented. I would highly recommend.Published 6 days ago by Barbara Prestridge
This is the beginning of a wonderful start to a great series. I have been through the series a couple of times but didn't own this book. Read morePublished 11 days ago by ardrl