"This is an awesome sage of the closeness between man and nature. It shows the Indian traditions and their closeness in listening to the signs of nature." ~ Jacqueline Moors
The peace that Shining Light and his family have enjoyed in the Land of the Tall Trees is shattered by his young daughter. Dove's dream of mustangs, and of a young American Indian boy named Singing Stone, and his family known as the Mustang People, will not let her rest.
The coming of the wild mustangs blessed Singing Stone's people with a better way of life, and now these beautiful creatures are being slaughtered. Spurred on by the discovery of the yellow stone, the Hairy-Faces join with the Likes to Fight People to drive out other bands. What better way to weaken the Mustang People than to capture or kill the mustangs? Singing Stone and his family fight to protect them, but what can three do against many?
"This is a powerful journey and I found the characters spoke to me. Like Circles and Spirals, it is all about tradition and valuable life lessens missing from the majority of our lives today. The human and animal bond, the respect for earth, the vital connection of all living things, and the interactions between the elders and the children is priceless. It is a spiritual journey, but an easy read. It is chock full of humour and wit and teaches us to listen and follow our hearts, so many of the things we lack in the world today, at least in my opinion." ~ Loveworks
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS the 3rd book in the extraordinary, award-winning "Shining Light's Saga" series. Take an authentic journey into a culture lost to time and the ravages of "progress." [DRM-Free]
"Shining Light's Saga" by Ruby Standing Deer:
- Book 1: Circles
- Book 2: Spirals
- Book 3: Stones
- Book 4: Broken Path
More Great Historical Fiction from Evolved Publishing:
- Fresh News Straight from Heaven by Gregg Sapp
- Soul of the Elephant by Pam Laughlin
- Flirtation on the Hudson by J.F. Collen
- Galerie by Steven Greenberg
About the Author
I’ve been a wanderer, and a journeyman newspaper pressman. I’ve spent years rescuing animals and learning from them. They’ve taught me that life does not have to be so hard, if you go with the flow and not against it.
My life revolves around writing and my family, which includes, of course, my animals. Two car accidents in the mid-nineties changed my life. I resented it at first, until I understood I had simply been put on another path. It was not an easy one, and continues to be a challenge, but I accepted it, and I learn with each step I take.
I write because I am compelled to pass on knowledge. My first book, Circles, is more than just a story of family, or of the people who first settled in the Americas. It is a story of spirituality and the simple humor of everyday life, but also of the fear of the unknown. Life presents us a path; how we choose to navigate that “circle” is up to us.