The children of first man
d years before Columbus, a Welsh Prince named Madoc -- an invincible blond giant of a man -- crossed the Atlantic with a fleet of wooden boats to plant a colony in the paradise he called Iarghal. Four countless generations, Prince Madoc's blue-eyed descendants migrated along the great waterways of the primeval New World, mingling their blood, their legends, and their dreams with the native peoples. This is their story.
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Four Bears felt a good power flowing from Red Hair's hand into his own, and
stood waiting, even though his okimeh Coyote was now coming up and was only
a few paces away, frowning at him. In a moment the black man returned, and he ...
In that same instant the other man's stone-tipped arrow passed through Four
Bears's right hand entirely, jerking it back and numbing it. All his arrows gone, the
Shienne chief, his face bathed in blood from his forehead, cast down his bow and
One had a hand up and seemed to be saying something. Four Bears leaned
close. He saw White Bison Hair take the man's hand in greeting. Suddenly the
warrior released the man's hand and stepped back. "There is something wrong
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THE CHILDREN OF FIRST MANUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Thom's sweeping, ambitious historical novel describes the origins and journey of a lost white Indian tribe. Disillusioned with a homeland torn apart by familial power struggles, the Welsh prince Madoc ... Read full review