Sequel to A Scout is BraveThe Two-spirit Chronicles: Book Three Love can mean sacrifice. Joshua Ishkoday must decide if he can abandon the boy he loves in order to save him. In the expansive and sometimes deadly northwoods of Wisconsin, Joshua must make a heartbreaking choice as he battles his greatest fears. His best friends, Mokwa and Little Deer, accompany him when a nightmare sends him on an adventure of self-discovery. But the three teenagers aren’t alone in the vast forest. Joshua realizes bizarre creatures called Memegwesi have not only been manipulating him through his dreams, but plan to use him in a mysterious plan of their own. Soon he’s fighting three enemies: the lethal storm headed their way, the mysterious beings appearing in his dreams, and most frightening of all, his mother’s hatred and bigotry.
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Jay Jordan Hawke holds a bachelor's, master's, and PhD in history, as well as a second master's in outdoor education. His first published novel, Pukawiss the Outcast, was a 2015 Lambda Literary Award finalist for young adult fiction. He loves everything sci-fi, especially Star Trek, and hopes to be on the first starship out of here. In the meantime, he teaches at a college prep school and anxiously awaits the day when he can write full-time. His hobbies include camping under the stars, catching a good musical or play, jamming out to alternative music, watching a mind-bending movie, reading almost anything fringe, and generating entire worlds with the stroke of a pen and/or keyboard. He has lived in several Midwestern states and currently resides in Indiana. Though he loves the Midwest, he is often disappointed by its human inhabitants.