People of the River
People of the River is a gripping new saga of pre-historic America that takes us to the Mississippi Valley and the tribe known as the Mound builders. It is a time of troubles. In Cahokia, the corn crop is failing again and a warchief—and the warrior woman he may never possess—are disgusted by their Chief's lust for tribute. Now even the gods have turned their faces, closing the underworld to the seers. If the gods have abandoned the people, there is no hope—unless it comes in the form of a young girl who is learning to Dream of Power.
A masterful story of North America's Forgotten Past by New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bicyclewriter - LibraryThing
I would have given this more stars, but for the poor editing. Seems like about once on every page there was a typo or some other correction that the editor missed. I know this shouldn't detract that ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - MarysGirl - LibraryThing
I had high hopes for this one and they were not met, which is why I gave it a 2.5 stars. I grew up close to the Ohio mounds and looked forward to this story about the Mississippi people who built them ... Read full review