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16 sound cassettes (90 min. each) : analog. Part Two Of Two Parts It is 30,000 years ago, the final Ice Age of the Pleistocene Epoch. The earth is peopled by Neanderthals -- squat, bow-legged, nonverbal, they live in clans, exist by foraging, and are ruled by taboos. The Cro-Magnons, the people who will replace them, are just emerging. When an earthquake destroys a Cro-Magn 16 sound cassettes (90 min. each) : analog. Part Two Of Two Parts It is 30,000 years ago, the final Ice Age of the Pleistocene Epoch. The earth is peopled by Neanderthals -- squat, bow-legged, nonverbal, they live in clans, exist by foraging, and are ruled by taboos. The Cro-Magnons, the people who will replace them, are just emerging. When an earthquake destroys a Cro-Magnon dwelling, they tame the prairie, to the sudden fortune of a lucky few. "A ripping yarn...a gorgeous piece of work." (Saturday Review of Literature)


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16 sound cassettes (90 min. each) : analog. Part Two Of Two Parts It is 30,000 years ago, the final Ice Age of the Pleistocene Epoch. The earth is peopled by Neanderthals -- squat, bow-legged, nonverbal, they live in clans, exist by foraging, and are ruled by taboos. The Cro-Magnons, the people who will replace them, are just emerging. When an earthquake destroys a Cro-Magn 16 sound cassettes (90 min. each) : analog. Part Two Of Two Parts It is 30,000 years ago, the final Ice Age of the Pleistocene Epoch. The earth is peopled by Neanderthals -- squat, bow-legged, nonverbal, they live in clans, exist by foraging, and are ruled by taboos. The Cro-Magnons, the people who will replace them, are just emerging. When an earthquake destroys a Cro-Magnon dwelling, they tame the prairie, to the sudden fortune of a lucky few. "A ripping yarn...a gorgeous piece of work." (Saturday Review of Literature)

30 review for The Clan of the Cave Bear, Part 2 of 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kitty Sutton

    I have found that Jean Auel has been instrumental in helping me to appreciate the pre-history that pre dated our Native American tribes. In fact this book takes place, I believe, on the European continent. His fiction based on archaeological findings is presented in such a way that you never know you are learning something very important. All of Jean's books are that way and I value every one. I have tried to read every one of Jean's books and have come away with a better knowledge of history an I have found that Jean Auel has been instrumental in helping me to appreciate the pre-history that pre dated our Native American tribes. In fact this book takes place, I believe, on the European continent. His fiction based on archaeological findings is presented in such a way that you never know you are learning something very important. All of Jean's books are that way and I value every one. I have tried to read every one of Jean's books and have come away with a better knowledge of history and pre history than I ever learned in school with little or no pain of boredom whatsoever. I only wish to emulate Jean's excellent style in my own books. Kitty Sutton

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rubab Tariq

    Ayla has been my favourite heroine ever since I read this book. Auel has created two unforgettable characters. Hats off to the author's imagination and research . Ayla has been my favourite heroine ever since I read this book. Auel has created two unforgettable characters. Hats off to the author's imagination and research .

  3. 5 out of 5

    James Scott

    I love this book actually I love the whole series but this book was really good. I recommend it to anybody who likes this type of genre. Although there are some explicit sex scenes in this series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    MaxOp

    My favored collection of fictional novels, I have read this entire Earth's Childern series at least three (3) times. Very enjoyable. My favored collection of fictional novels, I have read this entire Earth's Childern series at least three (3) times. Very enjoyable.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Helen Quinn

    Great book - thought provoking!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Raquel

    Loving continuation of the story of Ayla.

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    Jose Cortes

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  28. 4 out of 5

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  29. 4 out of 5

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