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Posted August 24, 2002
Well, I have read both tumbleweed fever and praire fire, and all I can say is, Don't start if you plan on getting any sleep. I was up half the nite reading these two books. Very well written, and the character in depth, well, you feel as if you know these two characters, along with the rest of the 'tribe'. Keep up the good work!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 13, 2002
A Dynamic Insight Into the World of Native American Life!
Devlin Brown and Sarah Tolliver, two strong, independent women, first introduced in Tumbleweed Fever, are jolted right into the middle of a catastrophic event after they receive a visit from a Shaman with a mysterious message. Along with trying to decipher this ¿message¿ Sarah and Devlin are also dealing with the recent loss of a loved one and desperately trying to find time for themselves. When they are unable to understand the visitor, Devlin takes them home to The Clan where their Medicine Man learns the details of the message¿¿a message foretelling impending ¿doom¿ for all who do not heed the warning. Who is the mysterious visitor? Why were they sent on a quest to find Devlin and Sarah? What is this catastrophe and when is it supposed to happen? Will Devlin and Sarah be able to convince both the ranchers and the Choctaw tribe to join together to fight this common enemy? And what does all of this have to do with Sarah¿s ¿true identity¿ in The Clan? The writer takes you on a fantastic journey into the Native American¿s world. You, as the reader will gain wonderful insight into life as it would have been in the ¿old west days¿ ¿ along with an appreciation for both the values of the ¿old ways¿ and the culture of our Native American ancestors. Do NOT miss this journey, you will be doing yourself a great disservice if you do.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 16, 2002
A must read!
This is a beautifully, well written story. The author brings the characters to life in a way that makes the story almost realistic. It's so easy to be captured by this work of art as soon as you turn to the first page. The writer has done an excellent research job in Native American history by bringing to light a civilization and culture that should still be present in these days.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.