Newport Beach, CA, United States | Member Since 2012
I highly recommend this book because it opens our eyes to cultural differences and the unnecessary suffering that takes place because of ignorance and lack of communication.
The innocence of the young boy Little Tree and his unconditional trust adds humor and awe to the insight given on cultural differences.
The Cherokee family ties were so strong that they learned to function and survice independently without compromising their cultural beliefs.
The entire plot.
It doesn't belong with the series.
Excellent delivery and good differentiation of characters/
No thanks. Once was enough.
Perhaps its time for Jean Auel to end while she was ahead.
The American housewife had an honest approach and sense of humor.
Ask a survivor's wife...
Flying over Africa and other countries were described with enough detail to make you feel you were in the cockpit. It is one of those books that you could listen to again.
I would compare this book equal to Out of Africa.
Narrator Julie Harris has tremendous talent identifying each character easily.
The suspense of being in flight without a light to guide her and her relationship with the people of Africa made this a moving experience.
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