The Shelters of Stone – Audiobook Online

“The Shelters of Stone” by Jean M. Auel is the fifth book in the Earth’s Children series. It continues the story of Ayla, a Cro-Magnon woman who has been adopted by a Neanderthal tribe. In this installment, Ayla has reunited with Jondalar, her lover, and they embark on a journey to his homeland where they plan to settle down. Along the way, they encounter various obstacles and challenges, including resistance from Jondalar’s people due to Ayla’s differences and prejudice against her child who has mixed heritage. The story also delves deeper into the society and culture of the people of the time, including their beliefs, rituals, and technology. The audiobook version is narrated by Sandra Burr.

  • The Shelters of Stone

  • Earth’s Children, Book 5
  • By: Jean M. Auel

After their epic journey across Europe, Ayla and Jondalar arrived at their home, the Ninth Cave of Zelandonii, a Paleolithic settlement in the area today known as the southwest of the country. France. Jondalar’s family greeted him warmly, but at first they were wary of the beautiful young woman he had brought back, with her strange voice and her tamed wolves and horses.

Ayla has much to learn from Zelandonii and much to teach them. She is attracted to their clothes, crafts and home, and wants to learn about their customs and way of life so she can fit in. She was delighted to meet Zelandoni, the spiritual leader of the people, a fellow healer with whom she could share her medical skills and knowledge. The Zelandonii were surprised to learn she was found and raised by the Clan, whom they called flat-headed and considered animals, and were skeptical when she told them they were human.

After the rigors and dangers that have characterized her extraordinary life thus far, Ayla yearns for peace and quiet, to be Jondalar’s mate, and to have children. But her unique spiritual gifts can’t be ignored, and even as she gives birth to her eagerly awaited baby, she’s slowly coming to accept that she has a bigger role to play in her destiny. Zelandonii.

Another feature-length novel in Jean M. Auel’s “Children of the Earth” series, features more in-depth depictions of early humans during the Ice Age. The author goes into interesting detail regarding the travels of heroine Ayla and her partner Jondalar, how they face many encounters and overcome them and eventually survive. If you’re familiar with the series, you’ll notice that Auel meticulously details some of the flora and fauna one would see during this time period. Some of it feels like we’ve been given an armchair travel book, but without the horribly out of focus slides and no iced tea to enjoy while watching. However, we also need some of those details to discover how, in fact, early humans adapt to their surroundings and make the environment work for them. Notable is how to make cooking utensils, how to make canoes and small boats, how to bend wood, how to cross rivers and glaciers, how Ayla uses hand gestures. and “horse whisper” to not only command her horses, but also to gain understanding with Wolf, a protagonist in this adventure.

Attractive! The light sex pornography between Ayla and Jondalar isn’t as rich, and it’s a good one worth skipping, if you will. Ayla doesn’t walk on water as much this time around, and we get a lot more out of Jondalar because he’s an expert in tool design and ignition. It’s also important to note that at the end of the book, Auel gives thanks to everyone. That’s also a good thing, as she details her research on cave details, how shelters were built, general cave gatherings, hunts, and daily meetings. years, fermented beverages and other concerns. She spent a year or more in a cave and actually used some of the things she talks about.

Ultimately, this book gives us a continuation of primitive human life in a sometimes hostile and unforgiving environment, gradually tamed in some way by characters with relate to.

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