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This book has a few recaps, which is understandable. This book has a good ending to the series.Published 2 days ago by Cherie
The last in the Earth's Children series by Jean M. Auel, as usual there is a great deal of research and time put into her story. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Holly S Rivney
This is the first time reading this book but the second time reading through the series. Awesome books!!!Published 3 days ago by Julie A Bruer
I was a little disappointed how it ended. I wanted Ayla to find DurcPublished 11 days ago by Norma Dehnadi
Jean's book cover artist lacked the skills in her/him medium. Disappointing, considering her talent.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Last of six books. One feels the need to finish then all, in order. Is an interesting thought piece.Published 14 days ago by Walter E. Doehne Jr
Jean Auel continues her story as begun. The vivid detail of the terrain, animal life and how early man lived is amazing. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Robert Ford
I like the author and the general story line. I felt that to much of this book was devoted to rehashing the other five books.Published 18 days ago by Reba