Voice of the Eagle

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Signet, 1993 - Fiction - 620 pages
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In this book, Linda Lay Shuler continues her Time Circle Quartet as Kwani, 'She Who Remembers,' her mate Tolonqua and their newborn son begin their trek to Cicuye, Tolonqua's home. Cicuye is a pueblo city, an outpost where desert canyons meet the verdant buffalo range. Danger lurks there, for marauding tribes prey on the village with savage ferocity. Kwani and Tolonqua argue for a new city, fortified and safe, high on the ridge. But others fear leaving their ancestral home. With battle near, this split within threatens the town's survival as much as the gathering tribes without.

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Wonderful series. I don't usually read this kind of book, but I couldn't put it down. I recommend these books to friends all the time.

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A great story. I need to read the first and third books. Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Linda Lay Shuler (1910?2011) was a brilliant, creative, ambitious woman born before her time. She wrote and produced for radio in the days women were expected to stay at home, receiving awards against conglomerate giants. Television was a new medium at the time, and she jumped right into it, writing, producing, and directing travel documentaries for the Texas Highway Department, writing and producing a traffic courtroom series, and establishing radio/TV workshops. The biggest accomplishment in her film life was when she wrote, directed, and produced a fivescreen film, the first of its type. Sponsored by Humble Oil (Exxon), it was presented at the 1968 Hemisfair in San Antonio, in a circular building created especially for it. But perhaps her most lasting professional accomplishments were her three novels.

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