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Blackfoot Braves Society: Spirit Totems

3.86  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
When rich, pampered Jackson Brady decides to be a “normal” teen at summer camp, he and his pals Austin and Mazzy get more than they bargained for. Seeking shelter from a storm in a cave, they encounter a Ghost Shaman who teaches them to unleash their own animal spirit. It’s a good thing, too, because they’ll need those powers to fight a monstrous force that thirsts for rev ...more
Hardcover, 127 pages
Published September 25th 2006 by Actionopolis/Komikwerks (first published September 10th 2006)
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Jackson Brady desperately wants to be an average kid, which is part of why he wants to go to the Blackfoot Braves Society Summer Camp. But when you're the son of Clifford Brady, millionaire CEO of Brady Technologies, even the hills of Montana aren't far enough away. Immediately singled out by Craig, the camp bully, Jackson begins to regret his summer plans. Thankfully, he finds friends in fellow campers, and semi-outcasts, Austin and Mazzy, as well
In general, I thought this was a cute mystery story and another example of the increasing emphasis on horror stories for children, which I think is interesting. I liked that the story centered around three unlikely heroes from very different cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds. I liked that the book provided historical facts on the Blackfoot Indian tribe. But, I wish the historical and cultural facts about the Blackfoot were more integrated into the story line instead of used for expo ...more
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