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Tons of information is imparted, and we are given a vivid look at what life would have looked like in Ayla’s time.

Not my very favorite, but certainly enjoyable. View all 15 comments.

This novel of awesome beauty and power is a moving saga about people, relationships, and the boundaries of love. I liked how Iza embraced Ayla and was thoughtful enough to pass along the medicine woman trade, trying to think of Ayla’s future. He develops a cavwrnario and abiding hatred for the strange girl of the Others who lives in their midst, and is determined to get his revenge. I am afraid she’ll ask for book suggestions and I will suggest one with swear words in it or something.

K, here is an embarassing story about this book: Iza, the woman who found her is allowed to adopt her. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Sure, they are wildly different from me in terms of customs, religion, ways of life, etc. So anyways, I was totally embarassed. See all 9 questions about El Clan del Oso Cavernario…. She was a fine narrator and I became very used to her reading for Ayla and the other characters. Not even 10 stars is enough for this book. Ayla was a great character; she grows so much throughout the book. This story was about a woman who is trying acvernario survive, and doesn’t let anyone or anything stand in her way to learn about the world around her, to love and care for those she loves and to dare to be as brave and strong as any man.


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El Clan del Oso Cavernario by Jean M. Auel (5 star ratings)

A natural disaster leaves the young girl wandering alone in an unfamiliar and dangerous land until she is found by a woman of the Clan, people very different from her own kind. She was a woman, and she had more courage than you, Broud, more determination, more self-control. I might buy them for myself for my B-Day! Note, March 25, Set around 35, years ago at the time of the last Ice Age this is the first book in an epic series that follows Ayla on her journey from child to adult.

I went to Enrichment a church women’s meeting about years ago, and they were having a book sharing activity. I joked with friends that I didn’t even want to live in right now. And you finish the book knowing you want to continue to the next book. I really liked this book so much that I even acquired a copy, however, after reading it the first time, I felt deceived.

Yes, there were some parts but there always seem to have those in books I read! Gender roles are the most obvious; against the backdrop of the male- dominated Clan, Ayla makes a lived-out case for a genuine feminism of the equalitarian rather than male-bashing sort that argues for social roles based on demonstrated ability and interests, not gender. It was vibrant and meticulously detailed. But I kept dancing and didn’t. It brought to life a world disappeared by more than 10, years. Ayla is a Cro-Magnon who is adopted by a group of Neanderthal people when they find her stranded and abandoned after heavy snowfall and a great Earthquake.

In a way its perfect for around that age, because its all about struggling for acceptance and trying to learn the social norms of a society. To them, blond, blue-eyed Ayla looks peculiar and ugly–she is one of the Others, those who have moved into their ancient homeland; but Iza cannot leave the girl to die and takes her with them.


Although Auel is an evolutionist, she recognizes Neanderthals as “a branch of humanity” and depicts them as fully human, not as the “ape-men” who figure in London’s Before Adam or Conan Doyle’s The Lost World –a point in her favor. This is an amazing story and series. View all 3 comments. Scale 1 – Lowest 5 – Highest Sex – 2.

The story meanders along Ayla’s life, her struggles to become Clan, and her tension with Broud. The descriptions are not graphic but some readers will be disturbed by the portrayal. I read the sentence “She woke up screaming!

First off, I have to give kudos to Auel for all the research and time she put into this novel. I really admire these epic books. I think all of these authors share something about the quality and unique authenticity of their writings, and it just registers with me really well.

Auel tapped into by taking the fossils that we all have seen in museums and the numerous pieces of scientific hypothetical informati Fantastic! Ayla is not only a quick learner, but an inuitive one. There is a lot more to it in there, and I found the book fascinating.

I’ve heard so much about this series of books, particularly with the most recent and apparently last of the series??

El Clan del Oso Cavernario

Some pretty advanced themes for a 5th grader, as my teacher Mr. She is punished for libroo, but later is allowed libroo continue hunting. WELL It was worth the wait! With the earthquake event happening in the opening chapter, I was immediately hooked.

I’ve read enough reviews to know some of the answers to my questions, but that doesn’t make me any less eager to read for myself. This book is one of a kind.