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The Valley of Horses (Earth's Children, Book 2) Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1984
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"Shiningly intense... Sheer storytelling skill holds the reader in a powerful spell." -- Publishers Weekly
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Then came the sex. I must admit, at thirteen years old, I was completely apalled that someone would have the gall to write such ilicite materiel. I skipped the sections, and completely missed out on the meaning of Ayla's awakening.
It wasn't until three years down the road, as a junior, that I found a replacement for my decapitated Valley of Horses. This time, I actually read from page one to the end without bouncing around, or skipping. I think it took being older, a mature mind, and the knowlege of the power of sexual relations between two people in love to truly appreciate Auel's masterpiece.
And it wasn't just the story and the sex that kept me into the book. It was the excellent insider view into the life of a prehistoric person. I could see myself walking on the beach with Ayla, digging pits to trap horses, and sitting next to Jondalar, watching him knap flint. Auel has researched so much; from botany, to hunting, to skills of the Ice Age that it isn't hard to accept something thirty five thousand years behind us.
I would encourage people to read this book, if you don't, you're missing out on a real treat.
Jean M. Auel has outdone herself with this sequel to Clan Of The Cave Bear. I couldn't put it done, and my mother had to force me to do my chores. This was a wonderful and compelling novel to read. It was an extremely well written account of life for Ayla in the prehistoric times.
I enjoyed the plot given, the tale of her meeting Jondalar and her animals Whinny and Baby. I sometimes wished I was in her place. I sincerely recommend this book. Ayla was a wonderful heroine to read about.
Please, look beyond the graphic sex. Sex is a part of life. You can't shelter yourself from it. Those scenes were there to help tell the story of Ayla and her sexual awakening. Without it, the book would not have been complete. This book deserves more than five stars. I give it two thumbs way up.
P.S. Yes, I was a sixth grader when I read it. I've also read the other four books and await the fifth in earnest. Those of you who think that the sex in all of the books makes them trashy, get a damn life!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This rating for keeping interested that I could not put it down.
Wonderful and surprising. I recommend these books as one of the bests.
3 stars because I was expecting more Neanderthal and modern human interaction.
The story successfully shows why, no matter how skilled or independent a person is the lack of... Read more
I would recommend it for anyone interested in anthropology.Published 1 month ago by Linda Stambaugh
This one, and mammoth hunters, are my favorite in the series. I re-read this because I'm in a period of semi-isolation with a need to be self-sufficient and reading about Ayla... Read morePublished 1 month ago by just me
I love all Jean's books in the Clan of the Cave Bear series. Really entertaining -- a pleasure to read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer