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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.
Is a nice book, but is very cruel with animals. I don't think antique people kill animals just because they were ugly or just don't like the hyenas, wolverines, etc.Published 2 days ago by Oscar Tirado
Jean Auls' books on Earhs' Children many times. I learn more of the ancesters of earth each time I read the series. Very educational and wish Jean would continue on the series.Published 4 days ago by roni thomson
I have enjoyed all of the Earth's Children books. I like all her references to natural medicines. I bought this edition to have on my Kindle.Published 6 days ago by Mushroom
This was recommended by a coworker and I was not expecting to like it. I am a guy, so yeah I like battle scenes, or heroes overcoming bad odds, and fantasy. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Hector Rivera
I was a little disappointed as for 16.00 I thought I was buying a new book. This was a used book with a food stain inside. But... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Eve M Strassburg
A most wondrous journey with strong characters and a fascinating insight into early man. It has adventure, history, relationships and beautiful descriptions. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Carolyn Ruddick-Collins