The Plains of Passage, Part 1 of 2 has ratings and 20 reviews. Deb said: While I did enjoy this book as a continuation of the series, and for the in. Jean M. Auel’s enthralling Earth’s Children® series has become a literary phenomenon, beloved by readers around the world. In a brilliant. The Plains of Passage. Edit · Classic editor · History · Talk (0) .. References Edit. ↑ Map of The Ukraine from the book ‘The Mammoth Hunters’ by Jean Auel.
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I guess I should call them Clan people, but they are not the same as the ones you knew. The mystery surrounding the woman, who speaks with a strange accent and talks to animals with their own sounds, is heightened by her uncanny control of a large, powerful wolf. And, because I haven’t dedicated near enough time to it, the sex. Ayla heard the whistle of an object moving rapidly through the air nearby.
More so, I wanted her to reunite with Durc, her son and Uba, her Clan sister. However, things really get moving again once th Update – I finally finished this book, after being stalled for, oh, only 2 and a half years or so. I can’t promise you that the Zelandonii will accept you, Ayla, but if they don’t we’ll find some other place.
But if we can’t cross it, what do we do then? The bustard would have made a wonderful meal for all three of them, with plenty left over. He kept wanting to get closer, but she didn’t want him to disturb the herd or annoy them.
But if not, it’s not so important to me any more. This was my least favorite out of the series.
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Jondalar started out his Journey with his brother, but ended up with Ayla after a cave lion killed his brother and injured him. He liked to know what she used and how she thought about food.
Dec 28, Christen rated it liked it Shelves: They quickly removed the pack baskets and halters from the horses, coiling the thongs and padsage cords that held them on, and set the animals loose to graze and relax. Trivia About The Plains of Pas May 14, Barbara rated it it was amazing Shelves: The first time Jondalar had seen it, he couldn’t believe it, and the sheer wonder of it had contributed to her being accepted by the Lion Camp when Talut wanted them to adopt her.
You will soon begin after reading a few pages to feel the frigid weather, as the relentless blizzards hit and soak the skins of the indomitable couple, to crush them, but they go on, the numerous exotic creatures long gone eating in the vast grasslands, some dangerous, others only beautiful and peaceful. He pulled a sharp flint knife, that was hafted to a handle of ivory, out of a stiff rawhide sheath attached to his waist thong, and went to help butcher out the parts they wanted.
I only have one more book and I am through plainss you. Oct 01, Pages Buy. If they ppassage not reach it before spring, it would be too dangerous to cross the glacier, and they would be forced to take a detour through Clan territory.
Before they left, Ayla noticed that many of the plant foods she had seen all along the way were growing nearby, and she decided to gather some, using her digging stick for roots and a special knife, rather thick but strong, to cut stems and leaves.
Hell, she domesticated horses! I’ll have to use something else,” he said.
The young man beside her heard the sudden intake of breath and glanced at her. He quickly ran away, then lowered his head in deference and kept his distance. Or was beside her, looking pleased with himself, as he growled and puppy-barked at the retreating pack.
The Plains of Passage, Part 1 of 2
Ayla had been surreptitiously observing the camp for several days, learning their habits and even some of their words.
At the end of the book, Ayla and Jondalar are the same vapid, 1-Dimensional Mary Sue and Marty Stu they were when they started this book. In this book he interacts with Clan adults, and does so with respect and understanding. He looked over at Ayla.
He straightened up behind her, moved in closer, and found her deep well with his eager straining manhood. Didn’t the Mother expect female mammoths to honor Her, too? Looking forward to book 5! They called themselves the Mammoth Hunters, though they hunted many other kinds of animals, and gave the huge woolly beasts a unique place of honor, even while hunting them.