El Clan del Oso Cavernario es el primer libro de la serie de enorme exito que continua en El Valle de los Caballos Los Cazadores de Mamuts Las Llanuras del . El Clan del Oso Cavernario has ratings and reviews. es un libro PRECIOSO, MARAVILLOSO, ABSOLUTAMENTE DESGARRADOR Y A LA VEZ. El clan del oso cavernario by Auel, Jean M. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now Seller: Almacen de los Libros Olvidado.
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You still have to get books from the library, bookstore, Amazon, etc. It’s amazing the details wl the flora, fauna and terrain of the prehistoric earth in general that was described in such a way that the reader really is left feeling as if this novel was part story, part history lesson. Iza was a warm, loving, kind-hearted, strong woman.
It was long and maybe just a little too descriptive at times Iza and Creb are both fantastic characters, they have taken in a young child despite her differences and do their best to love her and keep her safe. So much happens in such a few short years, but it needs to, so that the foundation is laid for the rest of the series.
I have read at least part of the second in the series, maybe all of it. I am simply giving approximations. This book was awesome!! But the book also addresses issues of interracial and cross-cultural relations, and the conflict between inflexible tradition and cultural inertia, represented by the change-resistant Clan “It’s never been done before! I really enjoyed the creativity and ingenuity Auel bought to the Clan and their magic, and I feel like it worked really well as a vital part of the story and culture for this world.
I am now off to re-read the entire series!
El Clan del Oso Cavernario by Jean M. Auel (5 star ratings)
A lesser author, like I said, would have seen the work needed and given up; Auel pushed on and produced a damn fine novel. I make an effort to give you the information so you can make an informed decision before reading.
She receiv Jean M. It was my turn to share a book I really liked, and I named this one. I can ilbro believe how much I loved this book. It’s a thick book. Ayla is just not Clan; she is of the Others, and that breeding comes caverrnario. The long descriptions never come across as dry or boring, but instead leave me with more questions.
Ayla now finds herself living amongst a people who are very different to the ones she was born to, first she must learn to communicate but the hardest thing is to adopt their traditions and behave in the manor that is expected of her. She is lobro a different species than them. Ayla is taken with the Clan as they call themselves to a new cave far from the place where the Quake ljbro and she lost her own people.
The story ends, wide open for book two, with Broud, the new clan leader, cursing Ayla to death. I love that she became a medicine woman.
El Clan del Oso Cavernario
I reread this recently and decided to upgrade it to 5 stars. The story watches this outsider come of age and explores how her logical and creative mind allows her to integrate herself with a different people The Good The book contains a minimal amount of dialogue.
Ayla is a cro-magnon child separated from her people. I also loved that Ayla was an innovative and strong woman, and I enjoyed learning about botany and medicinal uses for plants as she became a medicine woman. I did eventually pick it up on one of my many book hauls. Auel tapped into by taking the fossils that we all have seen in museums and the numerous pieces of scientific hypothetical information and forming a pre-historical fiction around them.
Auel’s magnificent storytelling we oxo taken back to the dawn of modern humans, and with a girl named Ayla we are swept up in the harsh and beautiful Ice Age world they shared with the ones who called themselves the Clan of the Cave Bear. Ayla, Creb, Brun – I remember them all. Not even 10 stars is enough for this book. The story is an interesting one, beginning with an earthquake to finds our main cavernarrio, a Cro-Magnon child lost at about 5 years old. I appreciate stories that are historical fiction or fantasy where a complex society and intricate details about the lives of the inhabitants are described.
Ayla, of Note, March 25, The majority of the issues that I may have had with the book were petty and not worth mentioning. Here, however, kso of these flaws are as marked as they are in the later books the latter because the plot here affords little occasion for it –Ayla doesn’t yet have a love interest, though that gets remedied later on.
I liked how Iza embraced Ayla and was thoughtful enough to pass along the medicine woman trade, trying to think of Ayla’s future. But the brutal and proud youth who is destined to become their next leader sees her differences as a threat to his authority. This book was powerful for me.
View all 7 comments. Fans of fiction set in prehistoric times; fans of strong heroines. This is one of those rare books that leave me looking things up, poring over encyclopedias, scouring Wikipedia, anything for just a little more detail. This is the book that started me reading Needless to say, this was difficult for me to finish. Indeed, she’s much too strong, competent and intelligent for some of the Clan to accept in a woman and judging from critical and reader reactions, some moderns aren’t very cool with it either!
I would really like to read all the rest of the books in the series. While I am sure this is more realistic than having Clan women burning their bras or whatever they would have used for brasit is not for everyone and was rather uncomfortable at times to listen to. She is taken in by a clan of Neanderthals, less Yesterday was one of those moments where I finished a book and went ” Auel tapped into by taking the fossils that we all have seen in museums and the numerous pieces of scientific hypothetical informati Fantastic!
I can assure you you’ll never think of Neanderthals in the same way after getting to know the members of the Clan, each of them are so realistic it feels like you have actually met them.
I have no doubt that after reading this story you will be just as hooked as I am and I’m sure you’ll end up devouring the rest of the series! Loved learning about how herbs and foods and medicines were used and prepared, and was surprised and excited by the expertise shown. I read it several times afterwards, but I haven’t picked it up in years.