Sarah Bible is working on a college term paper when her mother, Marie, is kidnapped by a crazed Indian shaman. The only way Sarah can get her back is with the help of a cemetery grounds keeper with no legs called Big Shorty, who some believe is Baron Saturday - the voodoo spirit of the dead - and Marie's boyfriend, Archie Chatto, a renegade Apache warrior who's in El Reno Federal Penitentiary. Sarah, being a sensible girl, knows she must recruit Big Shorty and break Archie out of prison in order to save her mother.
"If you enjoy a terrific story well told, this is the book for you. In his first novel, John Biggs already displays the sure hand and literary style of a seasoned writer. Fascinating eccentric characters, a generous dose of fantasy and magic, and genuine humor make this book an unforgettable read. Highly recommended."
~William Bernhardt, New York Times Best Selling Author
|Publisher:||Pen L Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.66(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
John T. Biggs is an award-winning author. After reading Owl Dreams you’ll know why. He can create characters that are realistic in a fantastic way. Cherokee Witches and Voodoo kings come together on opposite sides of a problem and the war is on. The action is swift, the story engaging, and the characters leave you wanting more. The irreverent humor is just what this crazy ride needed. He spins a tale and keeps you guessing until the final page. Five stars, John!