The Shelters of Stone (with Bonus Content): Earth's Children, Book Five

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  • Publisher‏:‎ Bantam; Reprint edition (October 6, 2010)
  • Publication date‏:‎ October 6, 2010
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 3562 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 1094 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

The Shelters of Stone (with Bonus Content): Earth's Children, Book Five

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  1. I read all of the Earth s Children books in the series The first one was pretty good and the subsequent ones had interesting premises and characters, but Ms Auel s habit of cut wasn t quite like and accent but like she was swallowing some of the sounds as she spoke Then the author AGAIN explains that this peculiar manner of speech was due to her having been raised by flatheads who call themselves clan I could name 15 or 20 examples of these pointless, tedious word for word cut paste descriptions [...]


  2. I agree completely with the review stating REPETITION ad nauseam Having read previous books in this series, I am heartily disappointed Very little story so far I m 15% into the tome The only good thing I can say is thank goodness I only paid for the Kindle edition , keeping my wasted money to a minimum If there s anything new and interesting in this book, I ve yet to come across it I skip page after page after page of redundant detail about the terrain, climate and so forth If Ms Auel is attempt [...]


  3. This is an enjoyable but repetitive series If you have read them all, she does repeat herself filling you in on the outside chance that you have not read the other books Other than that, her heroine gets credit for most of the remarkable inventions of mankind domesticating animals, fire using flint, and feminism, all centuries in advance of their actual introduction This is all excusable as the story is so well told, the characters so well developed and memorable, and the descriptions of the env [...]


  4. This whole series is so fuggin good I read the whole series in what might be record time Then I got to this book and it was a huge let down Though the book is decent you can tell by how it s written it wasn t suppose to be the last book That s the free pass I m going to give it because if not then this author went from an amazing writer to a horrible one over the span of one book Which I think is highly unlikely unless there is another unforeseen event that prevented her from preforming at her u [...]


  5. Another long novel in the Earth s Children Series by Jean M Auel, there is insightful descriptions of early man during the Ice Age The author goes into interesting detail concerning the traveling involved for heroine Ayla and her mate Jondalar, how they face various encounters and overcome them and ultimately survive If you are familiar with the series, you will notice that Auel meticulously details some of the flora and fauna one would see during this time period Some of it is as if we are give [...]


  6. I had read a few of these by the same author as the first I really enjoyed, but they became increasingly boring, so I skipped a couple to see if the later books were any better.is one is certainly NOT There is constant repetition of previously read episodes and character description, perfect if you have some form of amnesia, but otherwise annoying Also the scene setting drifts off into text book length descriptions, which I learned to skip several pages at a time to find where the story continue [...]


  7. This is a book in the Children of Earth series that I read many years ago I didn t know this book had been written and have come back to the series after thirty years I was able to pick up the gist immediately, reconnecting with favourite characters which says a lot I often cannot pick up the story and characters in new, modern, book in a series, after only a few months between publishings Whether this is how it was in the Palaeolithic times, or not, is irrelevant the author makes it believable. [...]