The village of Anakog sits on the coast of a northern land which has only recently received human occupation, and is still rising from the floor of the sea with active volcanoes and aborigine people. Deni'a realizes she is 'different' but she doesn't know why or how that happens to be and the one man who could tell her does not understand it himself. She has many fine qualities, and as Deni'a grows up, she unravels some of the mystery which surrounds her life. A semi-dormant volcano called Fire Eye leads her to find her destiny.
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About the Author
Marilyn E. Wheeless is a lifelong Alaskan who has been writing for much of her life. She lives in Kenai, where she writes, gardens, and takes care of her three dogs and a very lucky black cat. This book is the result of her having lived in Southeast Alaska for a great part of her life, listening to the lore, legends and fables which contributed to this novel.