story of a woman of mixed blood seeking faith. very good biographical novel.
This is the modern tale about two cultures that cross paths, those of the spritual Native American and those of the Judo-Christian's and how one woman managed to merge the best of both worlds and be successful within herself; A True Story.
This is the story of Crying Wind, a young Kickapoo girl. Raised by her grandmother, she was schooled in the old ways and the old Gods. After the death of her grandmother when she was 15, she found herself alone in a city apartment having to function as an adult in a world totally alien to her. Cultures clash as she is befriended by a preacher from a nearby church, and eventually comes to a saving faith in Christ
At fifteen, Crying Wind is forced to move to a large city after her grandmother dies. Friendless and penniless, she attempts suicide. Paging through the Yellow Pages, she recognizes a church's address. Hesitantly she approaches the pastor. The encouragement and love of the pastor and his wife help Crying Wind to accept herself and appreciate her own worth.
--from the back cover
An inspirational biographical novel.
This is one of my all time favorite books. Cry is a wonderful, generous lady. At one time this book stirred a bit of contraversy whether it was fiction or non-fiction. It is an excellent book and worthy of your attention in either case. Cry has written several other books that tell the continuing story of her life. All worthy. She lives in Hawaii and is very involved in indian affairs and is an artist.