This is the Native American story which explodes from the strike of 'Papapanawe' through the narrated voice of a Shawnee Elder from Spirit Fires blazing from the heart of American History. This is the story of 'Chétan!'
"What can mere words say about such a powerful and insightful novel? The author transported this reader back to the 1800s, allowed him to see the trees, feel the wind upon his face and smell the scents of the forests. She conjured images that made me feel I was an eyewitness to the tale as it unfolded, rather than just reading about it.
"This novel shows the power and the spirit of the author, and I for one, look forward to future novels." -- Mark Baker: Business Manager, Rolling Seas Promotions.
Selling world wide through Ingram's US & UK International distribution, "Chétan' is a unique and compelling story not to be missed. Live and breathe the spirit rising from this great land, from the strength and beauty of native cultures... feel the sorrow flow from all hearts, both red and white. This is the spirit of fire that rises from America to this very day.
The haze of Indian Summer will forever speak of visions, shown long before events ever came to pass. Look through the eyes of those who see clearly-- "It is not the color of our skins... it is the spirit within."
"Eagle screeches warning as it lifts from the Muskegon River in Michigan. Arrow flies with deadly accuracy from the bow of Native America. The spirit of wolf drops to Mother Earth, blood spraying silver fur now tinged with the Great Spirit's fire. This is the story of Chétan!
Mother Earth must be respected if she is not to shake with rage! It is the sun of 1811.... Sienna fires blaze towards the stone of turquoise. Matchemeneto, the evil spirit, carries death. One white woman sees with clear vision.... she will fuel his raging fires. The clang of steel will ring from the sword of Broken Wing. Quaquanese will leap high from swaying grasses while the spirit of spider weaves silken threads that bind. This vision was seen long before pounding drums carried on the breath of spirit wind through te-qui, calling, "Kiesa....".
All blood is red, All bones are white... Both Red and White man stand proud... This story does not end until rivers of blood soak into Mother Earth and the whiteness of bones lay in silent graves. From the beauty of Native America this timeless story unfolds through the songbird's voice of the Shawnee language."
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