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People of the Fire (First North Americans Series)

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  • Posted November 15, 2009

    Ditto

    Having read four of their books in this series, I find that all that changes from book to book is the location and the characters names. The story lines/plots are all virtually the same. With the changes in venues however, there are occasionally some really good historical facts with regard to the people and locations. Overall? Interesting yes. Engrossing no. I do get a kick out of all of their book covers though. Tall, svelt caucasions portraying peoples of asiatic descent. Hmmm. The art work puts one in mind of the romance novels in your local supermarket.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2000

    A sophmore from MI this is an amazing book!!! :)

    This book was very hard to put down! The plot and story line catch the attention of any reader with unquenchable thirst.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2002

    Fire Dancer and Tanager make for a very exciting read!

    This book was amazing! Its mythological content is not something I normally read, but this book felt like these stories had come to life. I love the original names (like Heavy Beaver) and the historically accurate story . This book really showed me another aspect of Native American culture.

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