Walks in the Sun

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Random House Publishing Group, Oct 1, 1993 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Twelve brave young men set out, led by the indomitable Blue Jay, seeking a better wintering land to the mysterious south. But the quest becomes an obsession that plunges the men--and the beautiful, enigmatic woman who joins them--into a lush, deadly forest inhabited by great spotted cats and "thunder lizards, " against a man-eating people near the sea, and to a highland realm where human sacrifices are performed on a man-made mountain. To the young holy man Walks in the Sun, the journey is a test of his vision and his skill at casting the bones. For as he and his comrades face death, disease, and loss, they fight for survival--and a return to the People.

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Don Coldsmith is an award-winning author of twenty-nine books in the Spanish Bit Series, including "Medicine Hat" & "The Lost Band: A Novel", also published by the University of Oklahoma Press.

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