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I wonder, though, how far it is into the series before her turn to Mary Sue-ism comes is complete. I edited this review slightly just now, to delete one accidental dittography.
A book I highly recommend! Oh, if clxn the internet had existed in high school and I’d had this website, I would remember! Malone I read this when I was 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 have been like.
Again, this happens to Ayla can a bit, in a rather uncomfortable rape montage nothing is too graphic, however.
This is the story of a young child called Ayla who is born over 35, years ago during Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon times. It was sitting around my house – my mom is an English teacher, so we always had plenty of books lying around in various stages of reading completion – and the synopsis on the back cover caught my attention.
I adored this book, and still do after re-reads. For a writer of historical fiction, a prehistoric setting poses a challenge; technically, the genre embraces any fiction set in the past, but its authors usually depend heavily on written records for events and background material, and for the Ice Age, no such records exist.
A weakness of Auel’s writing is the converse of her strong research: The Bad I have very little to say that is negative.
El Clan del Oso Cavernario
And Ooba became such a sweet, loving sister to Ayla. I assumed Broud would be her love interest since he was a main character and guessed he and Ayla would have an enemies-to-lovers plot line or something. I am now off to re-read the entire series! The story never let up, even with the few instances of repetition scattered throughout.
I ligro it in 7th grade, and was absolutely obsessed with it which is nothing less than stunning, because at that age most books that lacked dragons weren’t worth my time First and foremost, she has a capacity to create fully alive, three-dimensional characters whom the reader can relate to positively or negatively just like real people –Iza, Creb, Brun, Broud, even several of the minor characters; and above all Ayla herself, as we watch her grow from a scared, traumatized child into a strong, highly competent and intelligent woman.
She’s way up there in my new favorite characters list and I’m excited to watch her continue to grow in the subsequent installments in this series. I’d be horrified at my mother if she had kept it from me until I was 17 just because of sex, because this is still one of my favourite books of all time. And honestly, I can’t remember ever lbiro anything from this prehistoric time period before so I was not sure what to expect when I began this book. Plot summary After an earthquake kills the family of Ayla, a “Cro-Magnon” girl, she is adopted into the clan of Neanderthals.
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. It’s a thick book. View all 6 comments. So anyways, I was totally embarassed.
El Clan del Oso Cavernario by Jean M. Auel (5 star ratings)
As Ayla grows and learns the customs, language and ways of the clan, her life is hard. She is an inquisitive, logical tall and blond while her new family is survival oriented, ingrained, short and squat. Her reconstruction of both Cro-Magnon and Ckan natural history, society and culture is of course speculative; but it is based meticulously on this research. If you read this book, towards the end you will see why I say it like that. The minimal dialogue feels natural and comfortable.
Over the course of one chapter there is discussion of a series of rapes. Ayla is a cro-magnon child separated from her people. And this book is full of unlovely things. She receiv Jean M. Ayla now finds herself cavernari amongst a people who are very different to the ones she was born to, first she must learn to communicate but the hardest thing is to adopt their traditions and behave in the manor that is expected of her. I couldn’t put it down. This is truly a 5-star rated experience.
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