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Son of the shaman is a shaman - but what of the daughters?

When Otto Krugg's daughter follows in his footsteps, he's faced with the task of changing a century-long rule that will force her to make decisions no one should have to make.

When Jimmy Pirano gets tasked with enforcing that rule - no matter what - he goes down the rabbit hole to try to find out who established the rule...and why they can't let it go.

©2020 Nathan Lowell (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Ugh, This book is so good

It's annoying how good Nathan Lowell is at giving us complex and realistic characters, ones that have flaws and make mistakes but also try to do the right thing. People are complex and it can be difficult to show that in books when one of your characters is the protagonist and others are just there to help tell the protagonist's story. This book did not follow the path of what I expected, I'm not mad about it but it certainly wasn't where I thought it was going to go. Nathan doesn't shy away from hard subjects, but he doesn't dwell on them longer than they need to. I really really want the next book now.

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another great story

Nathan Loeell takes us back to St. Cloud. this book is a bit gut wrenching if you have read half share, but its absolutely a wonderful read.

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Fantastic!

Loved it! Great read as usual! Nathan Lowell knocks another one out of the park!

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Contrived after the fact ,just don't....

If you've read/listened to all the Ishmael Wong books you know who Sarah Crueg is and you know of welkies. The first South coast book helps you learn about wellies, but this second south coast book is supposed to be about Sara and how she got on the Louis. This isnt necessary because she explains how she got in the Louis in one of the Ishmael books. point!!! before she got on the Louis she had made no decisions o weather she should be a shaman or that she should even try. It was Ishamels support and caring that allowed her to try. I am disappointed in Mr lowell for adding this book. I diviates from the facts if his solar clipper series. We all love welkies and would like to see more about them in context with Ishmael. I think he needs to continue the Ishmael wong series and what happens after the Chernykova Maybe he can come across Sarah again some how. just my opinion.

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perfect introduction to half share

perfect introduction to how Sarah Krug got on the Lois McKendrick. I think Sarahs punishing otto was misdirected and rushed at the end though. I'm actually hoping that there's a third book in this series that follows Otto and changes in the shamans. and also to explain the original history of the welkies.