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The main characters of The Valley of Horses novel are Ayla, Jondalar. The book has been awarded with Booker Prize, Edgar Awards and many others.

One of the Best Works of Jean M. Auel. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 544 pages and is available in Paperback format for offline reading.

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Author: Jean M. Auel
Book Format: Paperback
Original Title: The Valley of Horses
Number Of Pages: 544 pages
First Published in: 1982
Latest Edition: November 1st 1984
Series: Earths Children #2
Language: English
Generes: Historical, Historical Fiction, Fiction, Historical, Fantasy, Romance, Historical Fiction, Prehistoric, Adventure, Adult, Novels, Adult Fiction,
Main Characters: Ayla, Jondalar
Formats: audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.

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The only reply was muffled laughter. He was picked up and carried some distance and, when he was put down, he felt his clothes being removed.

"Stop it! What are you doing? It's cold!"

"You won't be cold for long," Markeno said when the blindfold was removed. Thonolan saw a half dozen smiling young men, all naked. The area was unfamiliar, particularly in the deep twilight, but he knew they were near water.

Around him the forest was a dense black mass, but it thinned on one side to bare the silhouette of individual trees against a deep lavender sky. Beyond them, the widened way of a path revealed reflected silver flashing sinuously from the smooth oily rolling of the Great Mother River. Nearby, light gleamed through cracks of a small, low, rectangular structure of wood. The young men climbed onto the roof, then down into the hut through a hole in the top using a log, leaning at an angle, with steps cut into it.

A fire had been built inside the hut in a central pit, and stones had been placed on top to heat. The walls stood back, making a bench of the ground, which was covered with planks sanded smooth with sandstone. As soon as everyone was in, the entrance hole at the top was loosely covered; smoke would escape through cracks. A glow of coals showed under the hot rocks, and soon Thonolan conceded that Markeno was right. He was no longer cold. Someone threw water on the stones and a billow of steam rose, making it even more difficult to see in the dim light.

"Did you get it, Markeno?" asked the man sitting beside him.

"Right here, Chalono." He held up the waterbag of wine.

"Well, let's have it. You're a lucky man, Thonolan. Mating a woman who makes bilberry wine this good." There was a chorus of agreement and laughter. Chalono passed the skin of wine, then, showing a square of leather tied into a pouch, he said with a sly grin, "I found something else."

"I wondered why you weren't around today," one man remarked. "Are you sure they're the right kind?"

"Don't worry, Rondo. I know mushrooms. At least I know these mushrooms," Chalono averred.

"You should. You pick them every chance you get." There was more laughter at the pointed dig.

"Maybe he wants to be Shamud, Tarluno," Rondo a

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