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The Land of Painted Caves: A Novel (Hardback)
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The Land of Painted Caves: A Novel (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 01/01/2010
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THE LAND OF PAINTED CAVES concludes the story of Ayla, her mate Jondalar, and their little daughter, Jonayla, taking readers on a journey of discovery and adventure as Ayla struggles to find a balance between her duties as a new mother and her training to become a Zelandoni - one of the Ninth Cave community's spiritual leaders and healers. Once again, Jean Auel combines her brilliant narrative skills and appealing characters with a remarkable re-creation of the way life was lived thousands of years ago, rendering the terrain, dwelling places, longings, beliefs, creativity and daily lives of Ice Age Europeans as real to the reader as today's news.

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
ISBN: 9780340824252

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“Can I rate this as a minus 5 please?”

I have been a fan of this series for years but I greatly wish this had never been published. I have NEVER been so disappointed by a book in my life.
3/4 of the book described the caves that Ayla was visiting - would... More

3rd December 2011
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“Great Series”

I really hope this is not the last in the series!!! I have enjoyed the beautifully described lives of Ayla and Jondalar and there journey through ancient lands. Although there is a bit of repetition throughout the... More

9th September 2011
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“Disappointing”

I was so looking forward to reading this book, but it was such a disappointment. None of the characters had any substance to them, and the daughter espically had no personality to speak of.

Having enjpyed the other... More

5th July 2011
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