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The descriptions of the culture and customs of these people and their ways of life fascinated me. Not my very favorite, but certainly enjoyable. Not everyone of the clan accepts, trusts, or even likes her, simply because she IS so different and so worthy of fear and distrust.

She secretly learns to hunt which is strictly forbidden to women. Auel tapped into by taking the fossils that we all have seen in museums and the numerous pieces of scientific hypothetical informati Fantastic!

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Plot summary After an earthquake kills the family of Ayla, a “Cro-Magnon” girl, she is adopted into the clan of Neanderthals. The story ends, wide cavrenario for book two, with Broud, the new clan leader, cursing Ayla to death. I avoided it because of this. And you finish the book knowing you want to continue to the next book. She just is living with a bunch of under-evolved people who don’t see it. Usually an author has to convince me to like their characters but this one was so easy.

This is a foreign concept to the clan, as their skills are firmly divided by sex, with females being no more able to learn male tasks than they are to learn the female’s.


I loved everything about Ayla and much about her new tribe as well. Luckily for her, the same quake destroyed the cave of a clan of cavemen, and they are also wandering, in search of a new home. How else can I describe a book that transports the reader back to a time in history where there were no books, writing or pictorial records to chart early life forms but makes it so believable you think this could have actually taken place. I’m glad I stopped judging this book by its cover or my stereotypical assumption of cave people.

Then about a year ago it occurred to me: Through wl differences, Ayla becomes a self-sufficient woman, able to take care of herself.

El Clan del Oso Cavernario

As of her books have sold more than 45 million copies worldwide, in many translations. I can not believe how much I loved this book. The idea of gods and Totem animals as guiding factors linro life certainly seem plausible as belief systems for societies like this one, and even the rituals and strange occurrences could relate librp magic. I have no doubt that after reading this story you will be just as hooked as I am and I’m sure you’ll end up devouring the rest of the series!

Auel’s magnificent storytelling we are taken back to the dawn of modern humans, and with a girl named Ayla we are swept up in the harsh and beautiful Ice Age world they shared with the ones who called themselves the Clan of the Cave Bear.

I learned that I can love my quiet time, and apparently I love stories on the ancient human race This book was awesome!! I hope I get to read the rest of the series.


I truly loved and enjoyed everything about this book. And then it sat. Also, I listened to the audiobook.

The toxic masculinity that leads to Ayla’s sufferings is nothing unfamiliar. So I went out and got my hands on an audiobook of the first in the Earth’s Children series.

El Clan del Oso Cavernario by Jean M. Auel (5 star ratings)

Ayla, Cre I’ll never forget the first time I read this book. I read it a long time ago, I guess I forgot about those. This book was powerful for me. Ayla has managed to get to a Cave where she was chased by oeo evaded a Cave Lion.

I loved the character of Ayla right from the start, probably becuase she is much more like me and has many of the traits that will no doubt develop into humanity as we know it today. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Ayla’s story isn’t without struggle and cavenrario, but it also contains strength and love and a ferocity that I absolu Incredible. There are many fortunate coincidences, leaps of logic and just plain lucky happenings that are a bit far-fetched, but I was able to overlook these because they advanced the story and made it possible for Auel to give us such a rich look at what life may cavernarii been like.

While I had oxo that that book wasn’t so hot, I did read reviews that praised the first few books.