Cherokee Mists: The Complete Set – Free eBook!
Today’s Free Kindle eBook: Cherokee Mists: The Complete Set
NY Times Bestselling authors, and Amazon Bestsellers, have released their award-winning Cherokee Mists books in a must-read fantasy set! Terri Windling, editor, The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror – “Magical . . . deeply rooted in the oldest storytelling traditions of North America. This skillful reworking of mythic themes and archetypes rings true on many levels. For all who love mythic fiction and fantasy.”COME, GET LOST . . . in the weaving of Native American spirituality and high adventure in the mists of time. Kirkus Reviews named Shadows in the Cave, second novel in the Cherokee Mists, as one of the Top Five Fantasy Books of the Year. Tony Hillerman said, “Drama, emotion, magic, imagination, mysticism, and insight into prehistoric peoples . . . an amazing ride into the unknown.” Historical Fantasy readers of Jean Auel and Diana Gabaldon will enjoy this series. THE PROMISED ONE The Promised One is a magnificent retelling of a Cherokee legend. It brings to life an ancient people and a time of magic in a warm and intimate storyteller’s voice. Adventure, drama, emotion, magic, imagination, mysticism, insight into prehistoric peoples—this book is an amazing ride into the unknown!” Tony Hillerman.A young Shaman of the Galayi people has had a powerful and frightening vision: it is of the Eagle Feather Cape, the gift of the Thunderbird, which is worn by the Seer of the People to see the future and gain the guidance of the gods. The cape is torn and bloody, and it will no longer bring visions to the Seer of the People.But the Shaman’s vision also tells her of the cure: a child will be born to the People, a hero who will restore the cape and return the goodwill of the gods to the People.Dahzi may be that hero, if he can survive the hatred of his grandfather. He was born after his mother’s death, as she fled from her father’s anger. But Dahzi carries the hope of all of his People, along with the power to become a great Chief. He will be tested–by his family, by his people, and by the Gods.REVIEWSFrom Publishers Weekly ~ “Thoughtful retelling of an ancient Cherokee myth, Sunoya, born under a sign revealing that her life would be either one of great blessings or darkness, sets out on a path toward becoming her tribe’s medicine chief. When she is grown and a vision shows her people facing destruction, the responsibility to save them—at the cost of a great sacrifice—falls first on her and then, years later, on Dahzi, a boy she’s rescued and adopted . . . But, is she up to the task?”The authors elegantly blend the old tale and contemporary fantasy without being anachronistic or plodding, bringing depth and humor even to elements such as Sunoya’s spirit guide.” (July) Copyright © Reed Business“A truly remarkable job of bringing forth the North American Indian traditions, and I do not think anyone has done it in this way before.”–Vincent Wilcox, retired curator of Native American artifacts at the Smithsonian Museum.”The Blevins’s possess a rare skill in masterfully telling a story. True storytellers in the tradition of Native people.” – Lee Francis, Associate Prof. of Native American Studies, University of New Mexico. (Originally published as ‘Zadayi Red.’)SHADOWS IN THE CAVE”One of the Top Five Fantasy Books of the Year!” A colorful tale of ancient Cherokee legends, magic, and the beings known as the Immortals—the creators of the world. “The heroic magical quest has a fresh element in SHADOWS IN THE CAVE with its engaging Native American setting. The authors draw effectively on Native American mysticism to create a fine story.” —Kirkus Reviews. Let go of everything . . . fall into a young man’s thrilling quest to reach back in time, save his family, and return healing magic to his tribe. A dynamic combination of an ancient quest and Native American Spiritualism.
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