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.
|Published (Last):||26 December 2004|
|PDF File Size:||8.60 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||10.56 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
El Clan del Oso Cavernario
She can not only recall what she has been taught, but devise new treatments and medicines that would never occur to Iza. It’s cxvernario to be able to so firmly identify myself as being on a character’s side from the first few chapters in a book. As of her books have sold more than 45 million copies worldwide, in many translations. Auel’s magnificent storytelling we are 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.
In place of written records, she immersed herself in the exhaustive study of every known aspect of the physical evidence from the period, and all of the various scholarly interpretations of it. You still have to get books from the library, bookstore, Amazon, oxo.
She is punished for this, but later is allowed to continue hunting. It felt obvious to me that the author took great pains to research details and present them as accurately as possible. Here, however, neither 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.
The antagonist is perfectly horrible. And kind of tragic. I sobbed at the end of the book, not just because it was emotional, but I remember the sadness that I would never again be able to read this book with new eyes.
To view it, click here.
As far as historical fiction in concerned, The Clan of the Cave Bear is likely far more Fiction than historical. 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. Ayla can take care of herself. Violence – 3 There is violence as noted under “sex”.
I grabbed this book and have gone back to Cave man times to hold onto my sanity. There are also some painstakingly long sections about herbal plant applications, and many of the concepts and ideals of the clan are repeated ad nauseam. The rest of the series isn’t nearly as good. There is a lot more to it in there, and I found the book fascinating. Of course the magic described by Auel is certainly imagined more than researched, but there may well be grains of the truth scattered in.
El Clan del Oso Cavernario by Jean M. Auel (5 star ratings)
I appreciate stories that are historical fiction or fantasy where a complex society and intricate details about the lives of the inhabitants are described. View all 12 comments. Although this series is marketed as young adult I would recommend it for older teens and adults. There’s evidently a lot of reserach that went into these osi and they do feel like highly plausible beings who may once have walked our very same Earth.
Lubro book was awesome!! So anyways, I was totally embarassed. Ayla is a cro-magnon child separated from her people. As I said above, I loved the research Auel put into this book; that said, inserting several passages ONLY to show what plants mixed with what roots would make a cure for this ailment got old. Well, that’s because the girl I mentioned in the paragraphs preceding has been in charge of the book club in my ward for years. There were a few oao when she or her son got really close to that Mary Sue line–the amount of times she breaks rules and is able to keep from being killed is pretty astonishing.
And obviously she didn’t stop at the first sign of a osp part”, or she wouldn’t have know that there were passionate parts plural. How old should you be to read this book? The attitudes of the men involved in her subjugation are present, if not prevalent, fl. I hadn’t been happy with the last several books so the last one did not surprise me at all. This book was powerful for me.
View all 7 comments.
The setting is prehistoric times and what we know or claim to know of these early days is no more than our best guesses.
I don’t have that great luck with series, so I hope it does continue to carry me through to the last book. I read it several times afterwards, but I haven’t picked it up in years. The part that I easily loved most about this story was its characterization. Iza has been left a widow by the quake, but is a very powerful medicine woman, so is provided for by Creb, the highly esteemed Mogur, or magician, of the clan who also happens to be her sibling.
As this young girl has been marked by a Cave Lion and survived, they deem it acceptable even positive to take her along with them. I’ve read enough reviews to know some of the answers to my questions, but that doesn’t make me any less eager to read for myself. The story cla an amazing job of integrating theories of early man. I would really like to read all the rest of the books in the series.
Also, I listened to the audiobook. It makes sense in a way given that species’ limited ability to learn and retain too many skills, but it’s really satisfying to see such a great character challenge that. Ayla has managed to get to a Cave where she was chased by but evaded a You know what View all 6 comments.
Women are basically treated like property. It’s amazing the details of the flora, fauna and terrain of the prehistoric earth in general that was described in such a way that the reader really is left cavdrnario as if this novel was part story, part history lesson. I reread this recently and decided to upgrade it to 5 stars. I had no idea you were so good.