Mother Earth Father Sky

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HarperCollins, Sep 1, 1991 - Fiction - 416 pages
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In a time before history, in a harsh and beautiful land near the top of the world, womanhood comes cruelly and suddenly to beautiful, young Chagak. Surviving the brutal massacre of her tribe, she sets out across the icy waters off Ameria's northwest coast on an astonishing odyssey that will reveal to Chagak powerful secrets of the earth and sky... and the mysteries of love and loss.

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Review: Mother Earth Father Sky (Ivory Carver #1)

User Review  - Suzanne Ackley - Goodreads

I was thinking that it would be more like Clan of the Cave Bear, to be honest. The writing style was good, although I didn't discover the index in the back of the book soon enough, so I was confused ... Read full review

Review: Mother Earth Father Sky (Ivory Carver #1)

User Review  - Nikki Abbott - Goodreads

I had read this book back when I was 18. In 1998. I loved it so much that I wrote the author and she replied. The letter, remains in the book to this day. Some books stay with you, this one is one of those books. Read full review

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About the author (1991)

Sue Harrison is the author of five previous novels: Mother Earth Father Sky, My Sitter the Moon, Brother Wind, Song of the River, and Cry of the Wind. Prior to the publication of her first novel, she taught creative writing at Lake Superior State University. She and her husband, Neil, live in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. They have two children.

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