Call Down the Stars

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HarperCollins, Dec 3, 2002 - Fiction - 544 pages
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On that day of great terror and sadness, the girl called Daughter escaped with her grandfather across the icy North Pacific to find shelter on the islands of the Whale Hunters. But peace was not to be their lot. For here the mad medicine woman K'os was scheming vengeance against her most despised enemy, the revered warrior and statesman called Chakliux -- her son. And this young, innocent female from a far-off place was the key -- the final, essential ingredient in a demonic brew of suspicion, hostility, and forbidden love that K'os would prepare with an expert hand ... to poisonthe lives of those she hated and would see dead.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Final novel in the Arctic Storyteller Trilogy begun with the richly authentic Song of the River (1997) and Cry of the Wind (1999; not reviewed here), set in Alaska in the seventh century b.c. Chakliux ... Read full review

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A major publishing event, and that's no clich . This newly discovered book collects nearly 500 folktales first assembled in the 1920s.Concluding the "Storyteller Trilogy." Read full review

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