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New York Times best-selling author Win Blevins has won immense critical acclaim for his extensively researched historical Westerns, including the epic Rendezvous chronicles. Here he pens a fictionalized account of the life of famed Native American warrior Crazy Horse, the man who defeated General Custer at the Battle of Little Big Horn.

©1995 Win Blevins (P)2012 Recorded Books, LLC

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Truly memorable.

It's a long book, and I wondered at times if I would finish it. This book, like life, requires patience through the uncertainty. I'm so glad I gave myself the space to keep reading, and to savor the sensitive telling of this remarkable story. I switched back and forth between print and audible versions, as I greatly appreciated both versions. Highly recommend.

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Very well done history

I myself am Lakota and I really enjoyed listening to this book. I believe though a history the author took fictional license with the relationship between Black Buffalo and Crazy Horse. No proud proper Lakota women would have had a sexual relation outside of marriage without being shunned by the tribe back in the day.