Win a signed copy of Jean M Auel's latest opus...
...and read an exclusive extract online
Monday 21 March 2011
Jean M Auel's latest prehistoric epic, The Land Of Painted Caves, is released on 29 March - the sixth and final volume in her multimillion-selling Earth's Children series. With over 45 million copies sold worldwide, the hugely popular saga tells the story of a young woman's journey to adulthood in the distant past.
To celebrate the release of the latest volume, we've got our hands on a huge amount of Auel swag to give away. Two lucky winners will each receive a signed hardcover copy of the new book, as well as the complete Earth's Children series - a serious amount of cave-literature.
In the meantime, to whet your appetite for the primordial treat ahead, you can read a nice long exclusive extract from the new book right here .
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