The Plains of Passage (Earths Children, #4)

The Plains of Passage (Earths Children, #4) Jean M Auel S Enthralling Earth S Children Series Has Become A Literary Phenomenon, Beloved By Readers Around The World In A Brilliant Novel As Vividly Authentic And Entertaining As Those That Came Before, Jean M Auel Returns Us To The Earliest Days Of Humankind And To The Captivating Adventures Of The Courageous Woman Called Ayla With Her Companion, Jondalar, Ayla Sets Out On Her Most Dangerous And Daring Journey Away From The Welcoming Hearths Of The Mammoth Hunters And Into The Unknown Their Odyssey Spans A Beautiful But Sparsely Populated And Treacherous Continent, The Windswept Grasslands Of Ice Age Europe, Casting The Pair Among Strangers Some Will Be Intrigued By Ayla And Jondalar, With Their Many Innovative Skills, Including The Taming Of Wild Horses And A Wolf Others Will Avoid Them, Threatened By What They Cannot Understand And Some Will Threaten Them But Ayla, With No Memory Of Her Own People, And Jondalar, With A Hunger To Return To His, Are Impelled By Their Own Deep Drives To Continue Their Trek Across The Spectacular Heart Of An Unmapped World To Find That Place They Can Both Call Home.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 784 pages
  • The Plains of Passage (Earths Children, #4)
  • Jean M. Auel
  • English
  • 19 July 2018
  • 0553381652

10 thoughts on “The Plains of Passage (Earths Children, #4)

  1. says:

    During the Ice Age when temperatures plummeted and the two human races, a few scattered nomads, desperately struggled to survive the big freeze, in future Europe, there was no love lost between them Competition may be fun in sports and other contests of muscle or brain, but slow starvation is no joy, neither is becoming hard as a rock, though made of flesh once Our great ancestors if any other form of humans still exist, excuse me , would undoubtedly consider the Neanderthal, roaming beasts During the Ice Age when temperatures plummeted and the two human races, a few scattered nomads, desperately struggled to survive the big freeze, in future Europe, there was no love lost between them Competition may be fun in sports and other contests of muscle or brain, but slow starvation is no joy, neither is becoming hard as a rock, though made of flesh once Our great ancestors if any other form of humans still exist, excuse me , would undoubtedly consider the Neanderthal, roaming beasts and they the first inhabitants think us the interlopers, devils for sure , after all living 200,000 years is quite an accomplishment in this captivating, exotic paradise nevertheless in fact a treacherous territory, the hairy men had a rig...

  2. says:

    Summary Ayla and Jondalar travel to his homeland.Oh, you wanted me to be a bitspecific Okay.Summary 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 pe Summary Ayla and Jondalar travel to his homel...

  3. says:

    Normally I don t bother with reviews but I decided this time I would I give this book 4 stars because despite so much repetition it was still a good read and I am eagerly getting to the next one After I read the last book and read some quite funny reviews about how often things were mentioned like we d forget I decided to keep a tally list for this book for some of the most frequently mentioned things Enjoy.7 x we are told Ayla can control whinny with her muscles in her legs.8 x we get long Normally I don t bother with reviews but I decided this time I would I give this book 4 stars because despite so much repetition it was still a good read and I am eagerly getting to the next one After I read the last book and read some quite funny reviews about how often things were mentioned like we d forget I decided to keep a tally list for this book for some of the most frequently mentioned things Enjoy.7 x we are told Ayla can control whinny with her muscles in her legs.8 x we get long descriptions of trees.7 x we are told how subtle clan language, nuances etc.14 x we are reminded of the terrible pain Jondalar feels for Thonalon5 x we are told of Ayla s staggeringly beautiful smile.1...

  4. says:

    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 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 ...

  5. says:

    Okay, good I liked this one slightly better than the last one Ayla and Jondalar have kissed and made up and are on their way back to his home in Zelandonii They meet some people, have some laughs, do it in the bushes, and show everyone they meet how awesome they are Also Ayla s superwoman transformation is complete The girl can learn languages almost immediately, control horses and wolves, she practically invented fire, sewing needles, is a master at her weapons of choice the sling, she ca Okay, ...

  6. says:

    I m still at the very, very beginning of the book, but see that one little star That s because the book essentially opens with an extremely graphic mammoth sex scene.Oh, Jeanwhat am I going to do with you

  7. says:

    I get it The struggle of the longest journey The challenge came once I read it for the 3rd time yes I love the series that much.then I realized I had to skip over 10 chapters, 13 23 as I flipped and scanned it was all a tedious and meticulous description of the landscape The same animals that roamed the stepps, from mammoths, to horses onagers, aurochs, deer, and mouflon, etc I enjoyed the natural geographic studies of these sections, as I would anybut I d already read it in the I get it The struggle of the longest journey The challenge came once I read it for the 3rd time yes I love the series that much.then I realized I had to skip over 10 chapters, 13 23 as I flipped and scanned it was all a tedious and meticulous description of the landscape Th...

  8. says:

    Thebooks 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 book s into this one, because in my opinion there is a lot of repetition These books are quite unique, 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 cha Thebooks 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 book s into this one, because in my opinion there is a lot of repetition These books are quite unique, and therefore it is not neccessary to repeat so much It is disturbing the reading process and has no u...

  9. says:

    Let s start saying that I loved the first three books of this serie They were just so lovely, and they communicated somethingthey gave me that pre historic vibe I don t know, they were quite charming But I m having serious issues with this fourth one I m currently half way through it and I m not sure whether to continue it or no, as I m not sure if I ll read the last two books I already own Shelters of stone but Land of Painted Caves is still unpublished in Italy Why Well, l Let s start saying that I loved the first three books of this s...

  10. says:

    This book should ve been called How to Pleasure Your Way Across Europe, Righting Injustices Along the Way.I ve been meaning to do this write up since I finished the book over two weeks ago , but kept putting it off The Plains of Passage comes in at just under 800 pages, but they re 800 pages in which nothing much happens It s meant to chronicle the trip Ayla and Jondalar make from Ukraine to France on foot, across a glacier that takes over a year You end up feeling like you re there wit This book should ve been called How to Pleasure Your Way Across Europe, Righting Injustices Along the Way.I ve been meaning to do this write up since I finished the book over two weeks ago , but kept putting it off The Plains of Passage comes in at just under 800 pages, but they re 800 pages in which nothing much happens It s meant to chronicle the trip Ayla and Jondalar make from Ukraine to France on foot, across a glacier that takes over a year You end up feeling like you re there with them the entire time because it s so much nothing happening If you take out the minutiae of the scenery and plants and the Pleasures bits , I d be willing to bet this book would be less than 200 pages That s a whole lotta nothing, guys.The book starts with a mammoth pr0n scene By this, I don t mean a lengthy scene with much lasciviousness, I mean actual mammoths having actual sex In great detail For many pages I m talking all the gory details about scents and what the male m...

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