Shaman Winter

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Warner Books, 1999 - Fiction - 374 pages
9 Reviews
Wheelchair-bound after a brutal battle with his archenemy Raven, Sonny's days have been spent in slow recovery while his nights have been tormented by strange dreams... The world of spirits is the world of dreams, says Sonny's mentor, Don Eliseo. A wise elder and keeper of the past, he reveals that Owl Woman was Sonny's ancestor, and that the man who carried her off was none other than Raven, the Bringer of Curses. Raven has entered Sonny's dreams with one murderous agenda: to capture his soul by destroying his history. Thus the nightmares rage on. One by one, in dream after dream.. century after century...Sonny's ancestors disappear. And in order to fight Raven, he must be initiated into the realm of the spirit. In his waking life Sonny is hired to find the mayor's daughter - kidnapped the night she stars in a Christmas pageant. To his horror he discovers four black feathers on the vanished teen's pillow - the mark of Raven. Before long, another girl disappears. But what is the connection between the vanishing girls and the women in Sonny's dreams? A series of devastating revelations soon leads Sonny to uncover a plot by Raven that could bring down the city...the nation...and the world.

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User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

I got this on a trip to New Mexico because I really like to prolong the afterglow of a good journey by reading something set there. It definitely delivered on "sense of place" and also on local ... Read full review

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User Review  - Monty - Goodreads

This was an amazing read. Shamanism is central to the entire story and is described in believable ways. The good/evil theme is quite strong in this book as is the balance and counter balance of ... Read full review

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