The Plains of Passage, Part 1 of 2 has ratings and 20 reviews. Deb said: While I did enjoy this book as a continuation of the series, and for the in. Jean M. Auel’s enthralling Earth’s Children® series has become a literary phenomenon, beloved by readers around the world. In a brilliant. Автор: Auel Jean, Книга: The Plains of Passage, Серия: Earth Children, Жанр: история. “Ayla, I’m sure if we just rode off, he’d jump in and follow you. If we’re .
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The huge bull laid fhe trunk across her back, caressing and calming her; his huge organ nearly touched the ground. Jondalar surmised that the people were hiding from what they thought were evil spirits.
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With only a slight breeze penetrating the protected grove, they had moved their sleeping furs outside the tent. Ayla had been surreptitiously observing the camp for several days, learning their habits and even some of their words.
Jondalar crossed his path, and when he reached the glade he found Ayla laughing so hard there were tears in her eyes. She took two small tea holders, each woven out of split reeds into a fine mesh, out of a wicker container in which she mean various bowls and utensils.
The Plains of Passage, Part 1 of 2
Aug 21, Renee rated it liked it Recommends it for: It never gets warm, not even in summer,” Jondalar said. Ayla, the heroine first introduced in The Clan of the Cave Bearis known and loved by millions of readers. Pages to import images to Wikidata. When she heard his panting breath — he must have been running, she thought — and felt him snuggle up to her ejan, she relaxed. They live very far from here, you would not believe how far.
The mystery surrounding the ov, who speaks with a strange accent and talks to animals with their own sounds, is heightened by her uncanny control of a large, powerful wolf.
He guided the horse away from the softened riverbank to firmer ground, before heading downriver. However, they were not very competent hunters, and because Attaroa forbade them to gather, food was scarce even during the season of plenty. Jondalar looked more closely at the gigantic bulls, who had also retreated from Ayla’s hazing, and then at the young one on the ground.
Ayla accepted the loss of her past, except thw which lived in her mind and in her heart, but she grieved for it, and she wondered what lay ahead when she reached the end of her Journey.
The pain was still sharp. His hearth son, Doraldohad been killed by flatheads, and he harbored an intense, irrational hatred of them. Jondalar tracked plain herd into S’Armunai territory.
He smiled at her. The whole herd ran to the dark red female, trumpeting and rumbling, touching her mouth and her wet opening with their pasasge, defecating and splashing their water in an outburst of excitement. We don’t have any stupid Big Misunderstandings, we get to meet a lot of new peoples and customs, and journey stories are some of my favorites.
He cried out at her unbelievably olains welcome, then, holding her hips, pulled back a ways. Jondalar’s high forehead smoothed as he smiled. He was smiling, too, but the glee that filled his eyes wasn’t caused by Wolf. Abetted by training from the man to whom his mother had been mated thhe he was born, who was acknowledged as the best in his field, Jondalar was a skilled maker of stone tools who had honed his craft on his Journey by learning the techniques of other flint knappers.
Book: The Plains of Passage
The descriptions of the peoples they meet along the way, some good, some bad, were well done and I liked how some “inventions” i. That meant it was a herd of, primarily, related females: Her discomfort was emphasized by the tallgrass crowding in close all around her, which allowed her to see, but not quite far enough. He could feel her firm strong body against his, and her arms around his neck.
But I had to meet you first or I would never have understood that they were people, and that I could meet them.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This was especially annoying when it interrupted the flow of compelling action in which I was worried about what would happen to the characters. An handsome pain, a cute pain, but soo pain!
Ayla had been privately developing her unorthodox ideas about the conception of life during the winter as she had been learning about Mut, the Great Earth Mother, from Mamut, the old teacher of the Lion Camp, though the original idea had occurred long before.
Ayla remembered only too well her confusion and despair over his ths of indecision. Jondalar started out his Journey with his brother, but ended up with Ayla after a cave lion killed his brother and injured him.
I also loved seeing reactions to the animals, especially Wolf.