summary People of the Sea ´ eBook ePUB or Kindle PDF

summary People of the Sea

summary People of the Sea ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ò A spellbinding tale of life and love death and adventure in North America eleven thousand years ago when mammoths roamed the continent Award winning archaeologists Michael and Kathleen Gear using the best archaeological information have created a stunning vision of our preIn Arizona's marsh country is running from her mad husband desperately hoping for sanctuary on the coast But if the Spirits are taking the mammoths now what will they do should the people shelter an evil woman Surely they should deliver her to her husband who will kill her and who has his own link to the Spirit World through the pitiful mummified corpse of his little son Must Sunchaser choose between the woman he comes to love and the continuation of his world He knows full well that either choice will damn h. Kestrel gets pregnant when her abusive husband is away on a trading trip When caught she runs away to another clan along the prehistoric Pacific coast She is hunted in revenge The author fails to tie in the present day leading chapter with the remaining prehistoric main section of the book

read & download ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ W. Michael Gear

He rich land that will become California The few thousand people who have settled along the coast struggle to understand as the world around them changes Where have the mastodons gone And why are the mammoths disappearing The seer Sunchaser would ordinarily visit the Spirit World and return with answers but he has lost his way Meanwhile his rival Catchstraw has discovered witchcraft as a way to Power at the expense of his soul And what will it mean to the people when a beautiful fugitive arrives Kestrel born. Although the descriptions of plants and animals and people was intriguing in the end its basically a downer too much violence and hatred the dying mammoths the sickness of the people all contribute to this being depressing

W. Michael Gear ✓ 8 review

People of the SeaA spellbinding tale of life and love death and adventure in North America eleven thousand years ago when mammoths roamed the continent Award winning archaeologists Michael and Kathleen Gear using the best archaeological information have created a stunning vision of our pre history and of the men and women who lived in this rapidly changing world The great glaciers that cover the Sierra Nevada mountains are melting destroying the habitats of the great elephants lions and short faced bears and giving birth to t. I'm starting to see a pattern with these books