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Cricket Sings: A Novel Of Pre-Columbian Cahokia

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For Cricket Sings , Cahokia medicine woman, the omens have been bad. She is old, and so at this year’s Sun Ceremony she will tell her stories, the tales handed down from grandparents to grandchildren since the memory of the People began. The Sun King is dying, unable to perfom the Ceremony which will bring good crops to the fields. Called to help because she is a healer, ...more
Paperback, 172 pages
Published June 15th 1983 by Ohio University Press (first published April 1983)
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Carol
Feb 22, 2015 Carol rated it liked it
Having been to the Cahokia Mounds, I found this imagination of what life might have been in this time when there are no written records quite fascinating.
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Jun 29, 2012 Abby added it
I admit, novels based on prehistoric North America make me cringe a little bit. This is not a great way to familiarize yourself with what's in the ground at Cahokia, but hey, she took the evidence and made a story out of it. Kind of like archaeologists do.

This wasn't a stellar novel, but I have to say (to my surprise) that it's not that bad either. It's a decent story with some decent characters. It is so close to being a really compelling story. I suppose it comes down to whether "almost" count
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Hailey
May 13, 2010 Hailey rated it liked it
Read it in history class. It was an interesting way of writing, because it was supposed to be a novel backed with historically legitimate facts as details. Not too bad of a story, and much better than a textbook!
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