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Golden Fox, a girl barely turned woman, is pursued by her hairy-face father, who will stop at nothing to find her, even if he has to destroy her entire band. He gives one of her relatives the “Poisoned Water,” and in return the woman burns down Golden Fox’s family’s lodges.
The band is thus broken.
Golden Fox’s grandfather, Eagle Thunder, never wanted to become leader of the band, but when the hairy-face’s poisoned water takes over the minds of many of his peoples, including the Elders, he has no choice. He must lead the remnants of the band or they will die.
Homeless, they travel into unknown lands, where a holy woman invites them to join their band. Golden Fox respects the holy woman, and an albino warrior that she falls for, but they hold from her an important secret.
Then Golden Fox’s abusive hairy-face father finds her.
Historical Fiction, American Indian, Cultural Heritage - Broken Path by Ruby Standing Deer
Evolved Publishing presents the fourth 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.
Shining Light's Saga by Ruby Standing Deer:
- Book 1: Circles
- Book 2: Spirals
- Book 3: Stones
- Book 4: Broken Path
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- Amazon Customer
I will keep this book. Very good story. Loved the characters. Will listen to this book again. All four books were good.
Badwater know what
Do you know what bad water means, it is alcohol, firewater, and other names is called with the Indians. They understood the dangers that someone is ill and an alcoholic it must not have drink for the dangers it does to the body and soul and mind. This is an excellent book is a teaching book it teaches us that alcohol has been bad for people since the Indian era. This is a great book in my ways than one it’s great for you to read.
- Rick Yegge
A spellbinding read of the first people's
I was drawn into this tale of the people's epic challenges; to keep their way of life in the face of the onslaught of the pale-skinned advancement upon their world, their honored lands.
not my cup a tea kinda book. found it hard to follow. this book was a free book. some may like it