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THE SPIRIT OF THE WOLF by KAREN KAY

Summary

Many centuries ago, a village killed the children of the Thunder god. For their crime the Creator banished them to live a half existence in the land of shadows, neither dead nor alive. But once in a generation, a brave is given the opportunity to save his clan...

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"Super Native American Romance & Legend"
Reviewed by Marilyn Rondeau
Posted January 6, 2007

Though the action itself is set in 1830's of the American West the author gives a brief background both setting the stage for the main protagonist Grey Coyote as an Indian boy sent to earth on a mission to break a curse that had enslaved his clan and the Read more...


"terrific Indian romantic fantasy"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 6, 2007

In 1816, four preadolescents are chosen to try to lift the curse that haunts their respective tribal bands for killing four of Thunderer's children. Two days a year they will live on the mortal plane while the rest of the year they will be in an ephemeral existence. The Read more...


 

The Spirit of the Wolf
by Karen Kay

Berkley Pub Group
April 1, 2006
Available: April 4, 2006
ISBN #0425209202
EAN #9780425209202
304 pages
Paperback
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Other Books by
Karen Kay

The Angel and the Warrior
The Princess and the Wolf
Soaring Eagle's Embrace
Lone Arrow's Pride
War Cloudís Passion

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