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The Shelters of Stone (Earth's Children Series, No 5)
The Shelters of Stone - Earth's Children Series, No 5
Author: Jean M. Auel
The Shelters of Stone opens as Ayla and Jondalar, along with their animal friends, Wolf, Whinney, and Racer, complete their epic journey across Europe and are greeted by Jondalar’s people: the Zelandonii. The people of the Ninth Cave of the Zelandonii fascinate Ayla. Their clothes, customs, artifacts, even their homes—formed i...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780609610596
ISBN-10: 0609610597
Publication Date: 4/30/2002
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4 stars, based on 215 ratings
Publisher: Crown
Book Type: Hardcover
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daedelys avatar reviewed The Shelters of Stone (Earth's Children Series, No 5) on + 1756 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
This was an amazing book, although some of the plot is just a little to convenient. (Such as Zolena conveniently having become obese and her and Ayla being buddies) I still love the story for the historical value and am constantly amazed by the authors creativity in trying to recreate what life was like for these people. I am looking forward to the conclusion of this series. Especially since the end of the book ended rather abruptly!
nmsusieq avatar reviewed The Shelters of Stone (Earth's Children Series, No 5) on + 10 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
It was a long slow read. I enjoyed it, but never was really into it that much. Not as good as the older books. It was way too long of a time period since the last book.
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wyldfairy avatar reviewed The Shelters of Stone (Earth's Children Series, No 5) on + 13 more book reviews
I love this entire series. The book pulled me in and I didn't want it to end. Ayla is an amazing and smart woman; Jondalar is equally smart and amazing. It was fun to learn about his family. Parts of the book left me happy, parts left me sad, and some left me angry; there was lot's of emotion. I always skim the more detailed, descriptive parts about the land or animals because they seem boring to me. However, the people, their interactions and way of life is fascinating! I'm sorry that I only have one more book to read in this series!
craftnut avatar reviewed The Shelters of Stone (Earth's Children Series, No 5) on + 28 more book reviews
Fifth in the series, this one depicts Jondalars family, and takes Ayla into contact with the Zelandonii. The book has some parts that drag, but overall a good read.
reviewed The Shelters of Stone (Earth's Children Series, No 5) on + 3 more book reviews
good book. All in this series is a pleasure to read.


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