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The Dawn Country by W. Michael Gear
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Jan 24, 15

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The Dawn Country: A People of the Longhouse Novel (Iroquois, #2)
Gear, W. Michael
Gear, kathleen O'neal
another dynamic story from the Gear Duo... I have waiwonderful tale of interest built from the remains found in an archeology dig, showing the triumphs and termoil of the native american prehistoryted impatiently to see how the children survive the trials, and terrible violence in their world. The writien draws you into the world of the long house people. because of the movement of story you are able to meet and understand the differences of the five tribes and see the similarity and ideology of the tribes. this story is the true begining of the unity of the Iriquouis tribes, because of the attachments made between not only the children but by the war cheifs. Koracco seems to be the key aspect of the the unity of the group. because of her practice of spliting friends and making enemys work together toward a goal, she has formed relationships between the adults, where the terrior and the pain of the inslavement of the children have made them not only close friends and willing to live and die of each other but changes their interpretation of who is their friend and who is their ally...

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