Thunder in the Sky The dramatic blockbuster saga of a primal people struggling to build a civilization continues as the primitive tribes begin the struggle to determine which people will shape the future of humankind Y

  • Title: Thunder in the Sky
  • Author: William Sarabande
  • ISBN: 9780553291063
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Paperback
  • The dramatic blockbuster saga of a primal people struggling to build a civilization continues, as the primitive tribes begin the struggle to determine which people will shape the future of humankind Young shaman Cha kwena and his clan are relentlessly pursued by vicious hunters who want to steal his magic, kill his sacred white mammoth, and possess the woman he loves.

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    1. This book moves along faster than the preceding, Sacred Stones. Cha-kwena, the shaman of a tribe of people of the Red World is still following the mamouth, the tribe's totem and being hunted by the people of the Watching Star. The people of the Long Grass are also traveling to the Red World, and Shateh, thier chief also wants to find the mamouth totem as he wants to kill it and assume its power. Unkowen to anyone, Cha-kwena had followed the totem to the place where they go to die and killed the [...]

    2. I finally finished this a few days ago. It was very compelling. It told the story of the early Americans, pre-historic Native Americans. The story was about the conflict of one man wanting power, another wanting to not be forgotten, and finally of young Cha-kweena, a shaman, trying to follow in his grandfather's footsteps and keeping tradition. It is also the story of revenge, the slave woman Sheela who escapes to plot the downfall of the man who enslaved her and of those who also abused her.

    3. Another 5 star educational book about the First Americans by William Sarabande. I could not even imagine what life was like for these first Americans if not for the well written and descriptive stories he has written. He writes so well, It's like I'm there living the horrifying life styles of the tribes.

    4. great book, the first i have read of the series. i read this one out of order but didnt seem to affect it at all. will definitely read the other books in the seriesmiliar to jean aurel books- which are fantastic

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