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The Plains of Passage

The Plains of Passage
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2 years, 5 months ago at Aug 23 6:42
It seems like each successive book in the Earth's Children series is more ponderous and contains less meaningful action than the one before. This particular volume is basically a Stone Age travelogue. If you're interested in ornately detailed descriptions of Ice Age scenery, flora, fauna, weather conditions, and want to learn handy tips for traversing glaciers, you should like this. If you're look... read more
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Manufacturer: Bantam
Release date: 1 November 1991
ISBN-10 : 0553289411 | ISBN-13: 9780553289411
Tags: Earth's Children (3), Fiction (2), *saipal (1), 02 (1), Part 4 (1), Stone Age (1), History (1), Evolution (1), My 10s (1), 1990 (1), .adult (1), .34 (1), Bookrossing Release (1), PB (1), B&N (1), Heavyweights (1), Series (1), Bc (1), Historical Fiction (1)
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Saturn Loft posted a review 2 years, 5 months ago

“It seems like each successive book in the Earth's Children series is more ponderous and contains less meaningful action than the one before. This particular volume is basically a Stone Age travelogue. If you're interested in ornately detailed descriptions of Ice Age scenery, flora, fauna, weather conditions, and want to learn handy tips for traversing glaciers, you should like this. If you're looking for a dynamic, action-packed story however, you're probably going to be disappointed.

The only notable action that occurs in this book features a female villain who has all the cardboard cut-out gaudiness of the bad guy in a dime Western. Instead of taking her seriously, I found her annoying and actually somewhat insulting to my intelligence as a reader.

This book is like t” read more

Bellaphrye added this to a list 6 years, 7 months ago
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