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Why did you threaten to strike a spirit? 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 libr humanity as we know it today. You acknowledged her, Broud, she has beaten you. Does she find a mate?

K, here is an embarassing story about this book: Why is there an exclamation mark in prose outside of dialogue? Iza, the woman who found her is allowed to adopt her. Ayla is about 5 years old when a massive earthquake leaves her motherless and alone. This is an amazing story and series.

I get to the second to last page there are in this book, so I had been waiting for quite some time desperately anticipating the moment Broud realizes his love for Ayla they say hate is like love, don’t they? Also, I listened to the audiobook. Would it be appropriate for a teen?

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I also loved that Ayla was an innovative and strong woman, and I enjoyed learning about botany and medicinal uses for plants as she became a medicine woman. Loved learning about how herbs and foods and medicines were used and prepared, and was surprised and excited by the expertise shown.

It’s what happens when two entirely different races and culture meet in the form of one young girl, and it’s the story of how Ayla defied everything they could ever have anticipated for her.

The flavor of this book is ‘tribal’, but the sentiment and the moral is, “the totem that chooses you can present many hardships and challenges, but the gifts are worth it. There is one serious assault and several instance of single punches or hits. There were a few times when she or her son got really close to that Mary Sue line–the amount of times she breaks rules and is able to keep from being killed is pretty astonishing.


Even the more controversial features of her Neanderthals –their “Memories,” a genetically-transmitted racial memory of past experiences, and their difficulty with verbal speech and consequent preference for sign language — have grounds in known Neanderthal physiology, such as their hyper-developed back brains, which control memory.

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. Narrator was okay, but read a bit fast and with without enough inflection at times Given that the author was using words to express non verbal communication, I can’t hold it against her.

A lesser author, like I said, would have seen the work needed and given up; Auel pushed on and produced a damn fine novel. And a few times it got pushed back on a shelf and I forgot I owned it and that it existed at all. Iza is a medicine woman and although the child is one of the “Others” a Cro-Magnon human and very different to the Clan who are Neanderthals she is unable to walk away fro Ayla is just 5 years old when she loses her entire family and everyone she has ever known to a cave in caused by an earthquake.

Note, March 25, I thought he was sweet and kind, a good father-figure for Ayla, and I loved the comparisons between him and Ayla and between him and Ayla’s son, Dirk. What an epic read and the setting is so unique.

Despite trying her best to conform to their ways, that extra little bit of forebrain power sparks a rebellious nature in her which pretty much leads to every critical point in the novel.

The descriptions of the culture and customs of these people and their ways of life fascinated me. At first, the others in the Clan are afraid of her blue eyes and the water she produces when she’s sad, but as the time and later the years go by she becomes integrated into their small community.

This novel of awesome beauty and power is a moving saga about people, relationships, and the boundaries of love.


As a lover of the Historical Fiction genre, a book about prehistory is the ultimate. I got to learn so much in this book, my mind was bent oibro new depths–what would life be like living in eo cave?

At many points in the story Auel points out various problems with anatomy, struggles with ideas, and challenges of build that both the Clan and Ayla have respectively. I avoided it as my next book choice many times not wanting to tackle something that would take up so much time.

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Needless to say, this was difficult for me to finish. She tries to find her place in the clan; she is constantly testing the boundaries, but not because she is always defiant. When did you see her go into the cave?

View all 3 comments. I honestly cannot wait to start reading the next book. He attempts to murder her. 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 was more man than you are. The ultimate in creative, imaginative story telling. She grows to love those who care for her but she makes an enemy of Broud, the future leader of the Clan, which is sure to cause problems for her in the future.

You did everything you could to her, you even cursed her. But I am Anxiously awaiting book 2 to come in the mail. But the brutal and proud youth who is destined to become their next leader sees her differences as a threat to his authority.

If you read this book, towards the end you will see why I say it like that.

Men also can force a woman to have sex whenever the desire hits them–even if the woman is not their wife. And the setting is so unique, the writing so vibrant, This was a fantastic book.

I couldn’t put it down. Pibro known nothing but the strictures of the Clan. What an extraordinary imagination author Jean M.