The Mammoth Hunters: Earth’s Children, Book 3 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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The Mammoth Hunters: Earth's Children, Book 3 by Jean M. Auel

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Once again Jean M. Auel opens the door of a time long past to reveal an age of wonder and danger at the dawn of the modern human race. Riding Whinney with Jondalar, the man she loves, and followed by the mare's colt, Ayla ventures into the land of the Mamutoi - the Mammoth Hunters. She has finally found the Others she has been seeking. Though Ayla must learn their different customs and language, she is adopted because of her remarkable hunting ability, singular healing skills, and uncanny fire-making technique. She finds women friends and painful memories of the Clan she left behind, and meets Ranec, the dark-skinned, magnetic master carver of ivory, whom she cannot refuse - inciting Jondalar to a fierce jealousy that he tries to control by avoiding her. Throughout the icy winter the tension mounts, but warming weather will bring the great mammoth hunt and the mating rituals of the Summer Meeting, when Ayla must choose to remain with Ranec and the Mamutoi, or to follow Jondalar on a long journey into an unknown future. Third in the acclaimed Earth's Children® series



  • Back when these books were written, I was around 20 years younger and probably had a lot more patience. I used to absolutely love reading all of them. However, nowadays, I find them incredibly dull. It's become tiresome to constantly hear about Jondalar's height, which seems to be mentioned an endless number of times. The same goes for Ayala's detailed descriptions that have been repeated over and over again. Even the sexual content has become so repetitive that it's become quite boring. I made a hasty decision when I first discovered these books and ended up buying the entire series. Now, I'm not even sure if I'll be able to make it through all of them.
  • This audiobook was incredibly aggravating and way too drawn out. It definitely had the potential to be a lot more enjoyable. However, the series has this peculiar obsession with delving into all the intricate aspects of Ice Age culture that manages to captivate in an unusual way.
  • This audiobook is hands down the most disappointing one I've ever listened to on this platform. I genuinely can't comprehend how anyone could rate it four stars. The narrator, without a doubt, is the absolute worst I've ever experienced. If it were possible to return it, I would do so in a heartbeat. It's a complete waste of my credit. I listen to two to three books per month, and have been doing so for years.