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Download The Plains of Passage Book ✓ 848 pages î Ayla the heroine first introduced in The Clan of the Cave Bear is known and loved by millions of readers Now in The Plains of Passage Ayla’s story continues Ayla and Jondalar set out on horseback across the windswept grasslands of Ice Age Europe To the hunter gatherers of theiNd the wandering Jondalar must reach that place on earth they can call home As sweeping and spectacular as the land she creates Jean M Auel’s The Plains of Passage is an astonishing novel of discovery danger and love a triumph for one of the world’s most original and popular authorsThis eBook includes the full text of the novel plus the following additional content• An Earth’s Children® series sampler including free chapters from the other books in Jean M Auel’s bestselling series• A A with the author about the Earth’s Children® serie The books are published in this series the less magical the life of Ayla and Jondalar becomes to me First of all I have the feeling that whole text passages are just 'copy pasted' from a previous books into this one because in my opinion there is a lot of repetition These books are uite uniue and therefore it is not neccessary to repeat so much It is disturbing the reading process and has no use no book at least not one that I read or heard of looks like these There's no chance that one could mistake Ayla's journey with another main character's journey Apart from that once you got into the books there's no way that you could forget the main stream plot Here and there a detail will get lost but not the overall pictureIt is a pity to me that the author choose to do so Or if Auel chose different words or scenes and did not repeat this many times it may be the translators? I still wanted to know what happened to Ayla so I kept on reading Not so eagerly as before though

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Ayla the heroine first introduced in The Clan of the Cave Bear is known and loved by millions of readers Now in The Plains of Passage Ayla’s story continues Ayla and Jondalar set out on horseback across the windswept grasslands of Ice Age Europe To the hunter gatherers of their world who have never seen tame animals Ayla and Jondalar appear enigmatic and frightening The mystery surrounding the woman who speaks with a strange accent and talks to animals with their own sounds is heightened by her uncanny control of a large powerful wolf The tall yellow Summary Ayla and Jondalar travel to his homelandOh you wanted me to be a bit specific? OkaySummary Ayla and Jondalar head out to his homeland because while Ayla is supposed to sacrifice her newfound family the Mamutoi Jondalar can whine and complain to get what he wants They stumble upon Mammoths having sex the Sharmudoi and the Ramudoi who almost immediately induct Ayla into their clan a group of Femi Nazis aka what many conservatives think Feminists are a couple of Clan people the Losadunai and Jondalar's sister's people whoever the hell they are In the meantime Ayla and Jondalar cross rivers have lots of sex chase after their damn animals and talk about where babies come from actually it's Jondalar doing a lot of the wondering where babies come from Ayla must have FINALLY come to grips with itNOTE I listened to this on audiobook and am a super lazy person so I am not even bothering with getting all the new names of peoples and places correctThis book is a perfect example of what happens when you write a novel and don't have a plot to fill it The book becomes just a volume of people going here and there bumping into random tribes for the hell of it and studying in excruciatingly textbook detail the flora fauna and biosphereIn some ways this book is actually an improvement over the in my opinion dismal Mammoth Hunters We don't have any stupid Big Misunderstandings we get to meet a lot of new peoples and customs and journey stories are some of my favorites That said this book is something that I definitely couldn't call Mammoth Hunters and that is BORINGJourney stories are inherently tough and not everyone is going to like them I think a good journey story is than just Character X has to get to Point B A good journey story will have the CHARACTER undergo a change some sort of trial in the midst of the external journey By the time the character reaches the end of the journey something should have been learned characters should grow knowledge should be gainedNone of that happens in this journey At the end of the book Ayla and Jondalar are the same vapid 1 Dimensional Mary Sue and Marty Stu they were when they started this book Ayla is perfect in every way; every man wants to tumble in the furs with her she is the most gorgeous woman ANYONE has ever seen and EVERYONE will let you know it everything she does is perfect and wonderful she can win over people who hate the Clan and anyone associated with it she can heal a rape victim with a few sympathetic words she can save a village from Femi Nazis but come out without having shed ANY blood she teaches people how to sew a skill that apparently NO ONE ELSE is capable of learning and she can get ANY tribe to almost immediately want to have her join their clan If Ayla has a flaw it is the I don't realize how beautiful I am curse yes even after all this time with Jondalar and the bajillion men saying how gorgeous she is Ayla still thinks she is Big and Ugly Or the I have to save someone no matter the cost but don't worry unlike in Clan of the Cave Bear where Ayla wasn't able to save someone Ayla never has that problem here Both of them are Mary Sue checkmarks in my bookWhat makes Ayla irritating in my book isn't her Mary Sue ualities although damn they were enough to make me want to hit something What makes me upset is how Ayla falls for the trap so many novels featuring a female protagonist fall for Ayla gives up EVERYTHING for Jondalar She even jokes Well I belong to you don't I?image error

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The Plains of PassageHaired man who rides by her side is also held in awe not only for the magnificent stallion he commands but also for his skill as a crafter of stone tools and for the new weapon he devises the spear thrower In the course of their cross continental odyssey Ayla and Jondalar encounter both savage enemies and brave friends Together they learn that the vast and unknown world can be difficult and treacherous but breathtakingly beautiful and enlightening as well All the pain and pleasure bring them closer to their ultimate destination for the orphaned Ayla a 4 STARSAnother fabulous saga from Jean Auel’s Earth’s Children series I’m really enjoying my trek across ancient Europe with Ayla and Jondalar long as it may be And I never dreamed I’d learn so much about glaciers Even though a good bit of this story took place between Ayla and Jondalar alone as they made their way back to Jondalar’s homeland they did encounter several groups of people along the way Some good and some not so good But the two managed to get even closer to each other and come to depend on each other in ways they had not done so before Also they depended on their animals and supported them throughout their journey I have a feeling that some serious issues are soon to follow when they finally reach the land of the Zelandonii Like Ayla’s acceptance I hope Jondalar is strong enough to stand up for the woman he loves Especially against his own people Looking forward to book 5