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The Plains of Passage (Earth's Children #4)

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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Earth's Children Series 1-4

I just finished re-reading Jean Auel's Earth's Children series 1-4 again!! Once I start one I can't put it down until I finish them all. Jean Auel makes Ayla and Jondalar seem so real that I truly miss them when I finish 'The Plains of Passage'. When will books 5 and ...
I just finished re-reading Jean Auel's Earth's Children series 1-4 again!! Once I start one I can't put it down until I finish them all. Jean Auel makes Ayla and Jondalar seem so real that I truly miss them when I finish 'The Plains of Passage'. When will books 5 and 6 be coming out? I can't wait to see what happens next. 'The Clan of the Cave Bear', 'The Valley of Horses', 'The Mammoth Hunters', and 'The Plains of Passage' are excellent and I would (and have) recommend them to anyone.

posted by Anonymous on January 7, 2000

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6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Alright Book, Terrible eBook

This is the dullest book out of the series, but necessary if you want to understand everything that happens in the next book. They travel, they have sex, and they scare villagers witness who mistake them for gods or spirits. In between, there are extended lessons in p...
This is the dullest book out of the series, but necessary if you want to understand everything that happens in the next book. They travel, they have sex, and they scare villagers witness who mistake them for gods or spirits. In between, there are extended lessons in prehistoric anthropology and geology.

Seems like the publisher didn't bother to spellcheck when this series was converted into eBook format. It's full of typos.

posted by Jadxia on December 2, 2010

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  • Posted August 30, 2012

    Worse than The Mammoth Hunters

    Ms. Auel, please. In the future, if you are going to sign a writing contract, only do it for two books. It seems that you gave up after the first two books, which were among the best books that I have ever read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2011

    A waste of time book

    The entire book could be written on one page hopefully the next are better since they were already given to me as a gift ..

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