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  • Pierre Rastoul

    The Plains of Passage (Earth's Children #4) by Jean M. Auel. The sequel to The Mammoth Hunters finds Ayla and Jondalar on their long journey returning to Jondalar's family. Fiction | Historical | Adventure.

  • Teri Lorrence

    Jean Auel | The Plains of Passage (1990) | With her companion, Jondalar, Ayla sets out on her most dangerous and daring journey--away from the welcoming hearths of the Mammoth Hunters and into the unknown. Their odyssey spans a beautiful but sparsely populated and treacherous continent, the windswept grasslands of Ice Age Europe, casting the pair among strangers.

  • Stephanie Polmateer

    Book 15 completed. This one was a slow read.

  • Joan Swift Massey

    FIRST PRINTING: The Plains of Passage 1990 (Earth's Children Series) (Hardcover)

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