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The opening of the series described Ayla as a helpless girl who was without any parents and a house of her own. Being taken in by the Clan changed her life an identity forever, she was one of the “Others” but they never came for her. Facing enmity and hate of the new emerging leader in the Clan made her life miserable but the girl survived and became strong. Her urge for more knowledge about the land forced her to start a journey that made her meet Jondalar. Together the two visited the “Others” and then went to Zelandonii.
During this Ayla tamed animals and healed people, also gaining and sharing knowledge continued in The Valley of Horses and The Mammoth Hunters. Ayla has a family now that includes a little daughter too but she is working for the betterment of the people still. She is enhancing her knowledge and skills so that she can become the spiritual leader that she is destined to become.
Jean M. Auel gave the girl a tour of all the kingdoms so that she can absorb all the good that is there in the land and finally emerge as a savior for all of them.
Also for the animals, the girl is a guide and for the humans, the method of taming and hunting has changed after Ayla’s arrival. Sandra Burr narrates the character of a girl who possesses the gift of knowledge and though she was once helpless now she can bring all the clans on one page. She has studied the culture of each one of them and has full awareness of the fears they have for each other.