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Win a copy of Clan of the Cave Bear!

Next month the final installment of the Earth’s Children series will be released, over thirty years after the first was published. The Clan of the Cave Bear, the first in the series, is one of my favourite books and so I am always happy to bring the title to a wider readership. A few years ago I answered questions about The Clan of the Cave Bear, so if you’d like to know anything about the book you’ll probably find the answer there – if not, then just leave a comment and I’ll try to answer your questions.

I have ten copies of The Clan of the Cave Bear to give away to readers of my blog.

8 copies are available to those in the UK and 2 will be sent internationally.

If you’d like a chance to win a copy, just leave a comment below before midnight GMT on 18th February 2011.

If you live in the UK please let me know so that I can enter you in the UK draw. All those who leave their location blank will be entered in the international draw.

Winners will be selected at random and notified by email shortly after the closing date.

Good luck!!

Jean Auel will be answering questions about the series at a special event at the Natural History Museum on Monday on 28th February 2011. Tickets are on sale now. 

28 replies on “Win a copy of Clan of the Cave Bear!”

This Australian Auel noob would love to go in the draw, please. My mum started reading the series when they were new releases and she sold them in her bookshop, but I’d never heard of them before the hype for the latest installment. We both want to get (re)acquainted.
Poppy.

Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed this and the following three in the series when I first read them many years ago BUT I haven’t read the fifth and would love to know what you thought of it. UK.

Jacqui, I have to admit that you are doing slightly better with the series than me. I loved the first and enjoyed the next 2, but haven’t read 4+5 yet. I plan to start 4 soon and maybe work my way onto 5+6 if they grab me, but I have heard that they (4+5) aren’t anywhere near as good as the others. I am interested to see how it all ends though so might indulge in an Earth’s Children readathon in the next few months. I only discovered the series a few years ago so haven’t had the 30 years everyone else has to read them all!

No need to enter me. I just purchased all of these last week. I’m very excited to have them all in the nice larger paperback format!

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