Season of Yellow Leaf

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Harpercollins, Jan 26, 1995 - Comanche Indians - 400 pages
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Captured by the Comanche in the 1930s, 10-year-old Chosen, is reared by the tribe and becomes strong enough to survive the pain of losing her whole world. A unique witness to a vanishing way of life, Chosen becomes one of the Comanche and suffers with them as the white man destroys their ranks. Previous publisher: Tor.

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User Review  - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing

Following the lives of several generations of Comanche Indians this is a good entertainment, dealing with the West from the Indians' point of view. It has some resemblances to Hanta Yo, but it's not so good. Read full review

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User Review  - Ssullivan - Goodreads

I stumbled on this in a dusty, neglected corner of the public library, but LOVED it! A vivid, gritty and powerful imagining of the real life story of Cynthia Ann Parker, kidnapped by Comanche Indians ... Read full review


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