Los Angeles Times
"Medicine Woman has to do with the meaning of life, the role of women, and the wrestling of power away form the forces of evil that hold it."
San Francisco Examiner-Chronicle
"First Class... A remarkable adventure into the world of the spirit."
I don't know...something just didn't ring true about this book, and you could sell me swampland in Florida.
This and any other book written by Lynn V. Andrews is a sham! The book says it is non-fiction; however, it is FICTION. Andrews uses terms from many different native cultures, most of which are not native to the area she claims to have visited for her spectacular journey.
The book is a wonderful read, as long as it is read as a work of FICTION; it is not based on any real accounts!
I really enjoyed reading this book. Alot of suspense.
Fantastic book! Lynn has had some experiences that I envy, and some that I hope to never have. Truly thought-provoking read on the Red Path and the Way of the Warrior.
Great book dealing with feminine power and spiritual awareness.
MEDICINE WOMAN IS THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF A WOMAN'S SEARCH FOR INDENTITY IN A NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURE;
'Medicine Woman' is the autobiographical account of a woman's search for identity in a Native American culture.