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The Plains of Passage

Jean M. Auel

5 Reviews

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Earth's Children, Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

The fourth novel in Jean M Auel's magnificent epic of life 25,000 years ago when two kinds of human beings, Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon, shared the earth.

Ayla and Jondalar leave the safety of the lands of the Mammoth Hunters and embark on a seemingly impossible journey across an entire continent. Their goal is the Cro-Magnon settlement in what is now southern France where Jondalar lived as a young man. Accompanied by the half-tame Wolf, the superb stallion, Racer, and the mare, Whinney, they brave both savage enemies and the elemental dangers of weather and terrain in their search for the place that will become Home.

Jean Auel's imaginative reconstruction of pre-historic life, rich in detail of language, culture, myth and ritual, has become a set text in schools and colleges around the world.

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Praise for The Plains of Passage

  • Jean Auel has certainly left her mark in literary history with this series that continues to gather fans from all age groups. - Armidale Express

  • Jean Auel has an extraordinary appeal to an enormously wide age group and the latest volume of her pre-historic saga is impossible to put down - Rosamunde Pilcher

  • The authenticity of background detail, the lilting prose rhythms and the appealing conceptual audacity continue to work their spell - Publishers Weekly

  • On THE CLAN OF THE CAVE BEAR:

  • 'Beautiful, exciting, imaginative.' - New York Times

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Jean M. Auel

Jean M. Auel is one of the world's most esteemed and beloved authors. Her extensive factual research has earned her the respect of renowned scientists, archaeologists and anthropologists around the globe, culminating in her being made an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters by the French Minister of Culture and Communication in 2008.

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