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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2013

    When Little Hawk came back from his hunt, he found all the peopl

    When Little Hawk came back from his hunt, he found all the people in his village dead. He went to his home and found his grandmother there, Suncatcher, barely alive. Soon Leaping Turtle, a friend also on a hunt, came back home to. They were the only people left alive. They survived for a couple of days, regaining their health, before they left to a neighboring village. They found out that the white men came and brought a deadly disease and it killed tons of people in their villages. At the village, they found Quickbird, Little Hawk’s little sister. She was delighted that they were alive and thought that they were dead. After a few days, some white men came to learn the way to fish properly. There was also a little boy named John that liked to play with the Indian kids and Little Hawk. As they left, Little Hawk and John formed a forever friendship. After many years, Little Hawk met John again when Little Hawk and Leaping Turtle were running a message to Yellow Feather, the sachem of the tribes. Little Hawk went to go help the screaming John get his father out of a fallen tree. Two men in the background thought that Little Hawk was attacking the little boy, so they shot at Little Hawk and nailed him in the heart. Little Hawk was no more and John was sheading more tears than ever over the lost of Little Hawk. Little Hawk became a spirit. After a decade of years, John went to be an apprentice. He was going to learn how to make barrels. One day, at dawn, he saw Little Hawk as a spirit and talked to him. They never forgot each other, especially when the tension between the white men and Indians grew to a point when they were about to have war. I liked this book because I have always liked Indian stories and mystery. I really liked it when Little Hawk went to save John’s father and there was suspense in the air. I’ve learned that you can’t ever have a better gift than friendship. I also learned that friendship is an ever bond with someone. I would recommend this book to people who like murder, mystery, or who likes Indian stories.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2014

    Night Fury

    Lands on the ground. The meadow smelled fresh. Flowers were budding.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2014

    I am not a History or Historical Fiction person but this book gr

    I am not a History or Historical Fiction person but this book grabs you right from the beginning. Can't wait to read it for a second time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2014

    Cool

    Great book

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  • Posted January 11, 2014

    Had to be some truth

    I love this story, it is a history of the first English contact with the woodland Native American Indians in the east coast. What it must have been like with all the beautiful land and the start of the changing of life for them. Ghost Hawk and John were good friends to the very end. Highly recommended for every one to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2013

    Hawkblood's Bio

    Name: 0.0---Age: 26 moons---Gender: Male---Looks: Tabby fur and a long tail. He has one amber eye and one bright blue one. The bright blue one is blind and he has a large scar running the legnth of his face theough the eye. If you were to look at his good side only, he looks normal---Rank: Warrior---Clan: Sunclan---Former Mentor: Was not active---App: None---Skills: Fighting and hunting---Powers: Can see starclan cats with his bad eye, used to be able to fly---Weaknesses: His bad eye and his back---Family: Grandmother: Rockstar---Grandfather: Unknown---Father: Strongstrike---Mother: Dawnlight---Siblings: Don't rp anymore, so not relevant---Crush: Tigernight---Mate: Tigernight---Kits: None yet---History: Really long.---Personality: meet me---Theme Song: Jurassic Park Suite by John Williams

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2013

    I dont know

    I havent read it is it good?

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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