Hannah (Google eBook)
Hannah is the story of one girl's journey from childhood to tribal leader and deep bonds of friendship she forges along the way. Hannah, Konti and Muuri rescue an injured chick of Condor on Mt. Ouija, a mountain sacred to the Porabi tribe. They nurse it back to health and children and bird become close friend enjoying an idyllic life.l Their happines is shattered. A night before final match, to select Hannah's fiancee, Konti and Muuri disappeared to avoid the match, leaving Hannah feeling abondaned, confused and betrayed. As the people of Porabi reel from crisis, grand mother Tauwa reveals a long-held secret and Hannah is called upon to assume her special place within the tribe. Just when all seems lost, Konti and his brave friend Amati appeared leading a pack of wolves back to save the village. Hannah' heart soars when she sees Muuri, too, returning to the village leading the charge of the blue dragon cavalry of kingdom Kamui. The story ends as it began with Hannah, Konti and Muuri on MT.Ouija. As Muuri lies dying, Hannah must make the final decision to save his life.
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