Joseph, an experienced Metis man, is now missing within the grip of the storm. But family ties are strong within the Native bush community and even without modern telecommunications a message stretches across time and space for help.
Life will have the chance to grow if caught from falling into the deep sleep, a precious opportunity to add a voice to the creative chorus of the world. But, life as we know it will not be an easy choice. Sophie suffers from a complex mental disorder and then the question of "What has swallowed up Joseph in the blasting wind?"
There are predators that come sniffing about lonely places of poverty. Only these wolves are men not four-legged ones from the back country. Sophie makes life changing choices to such a yellow-eyed devil, many decisions sealed with her tears and regrets. For her daughter Rosie Day, her path will be to find her way back to her roots, the beautiful bush country, and her homeland through a dramatic trail singed by fire.
A spellbinding pathway that touches upon ancient prophesy, echoes of human cries that reach out to the modern world demanding reconciliation.
She Who Was Taken is a mystery that will inspire readers of all genres to laugh, cry, fear and then be awed at a life not easily lived. - Chholing Taha
|Publisher:||Silver Stone Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Born in the northeastern woodlands of the U.S. and Canadian borders in the 1940's lives a territory where my spirit was exposed to a rich and varied natural environment. This precious experience continues to influence my artwork throughout my life.
Living has been a circular journey. Traveling through sometimes stormy canvases and eventually flying into the open skies splashed across a human canvas. As with all living beings we will return back to the beginning at the end of the trail, a time for review, your heart light's reflection.
My art works may be found in museum, corporate and private collections throughout the U.S., Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Italy and Japan.
2007 winner of the Eiteljorg Purchase Award
2008 First Place winner in Textiles at the Annual Eiteljorg Indian Market.
2009 & 2011 Best in Show at the In the Spirit Contemporary Art Exhibit.