Jean M. Auel's Earth's Children® Series - Collector's Edition: The Clan of the Cave Bear, The Valley of Horses, The Mammoth Hunters, The Plains of ... Shelters of Stone, The Land of Painted Caves Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-25 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 222 user ratings

" I read these about 7 years ago. Loved this series. It's so weird that it's taken YEARS for the final book to come out. I purchased it but have not read it yet. Worth reading though. But I feel like may need to read the entire series again before reading the final. " said.

" Amazing series but wish the series wasn't so long. Towards the last few books started skipping all the landscape descriptions. Would recommend for people who read fast. Will never forget this series. You learn quite a bit of anthropology actually. " said.

" Love the series!!! Jean Auel's writing is spectacularly detailed to a fault. There are some places in the book that she gets too much into the details of scenes, felt bogged down! But love the books have the last book yet to read. " said.

" I will admit it was hard to get through the first bit of this book however I will power through it. Once through the first few chapters I fell in love with Ayla and Iza. I am now reading the second in the series. It was an amazing read that shows a bit of how different cultures can be. " said.

" Ayla and Jondalar.. I really liked this series. I love how the author brings history to life.I love the story. My only problem is the last installment in the series, which I realize isn't listed here, so I won't review it here. Books 1-5 in the Earth's Children series are great. I love historical fiction and these are definitely worth the time it takes to get through them! " said.

" Love these books. started as a 20 yr old with a copy of The Valley Of The Horses from a editor who gave me it to read. i was hooked and ever since then have bought every new book that came out. that was 22 years ago and i still read them to this day. now my 12 yr old daughter is learning to love them " said.

" This book gives new meaning to discriptive. I appreciate Jean M. Auel for her reserch, and I love real history in a ficton novel. Although it's interesting, I just don't need a chapter description on how to tan and dye leather. I still love this series, but I will probably be done with the last book when I'm 80. Fire your editor. lol, kidding. " said.

" Through out the years I've read almost this entire series. I have yet to finish the final story "The Land of Painted Caves". I have enjoyed the journeys of this young woman Ayla in this series. I enjoyed reading how she lived her life and the people she's met a long the way. She has a unique and forward way of thinking for her time which often other's are perplexed by. I hope others will enjoy this story as I have. " said.

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