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PALE STAR
PALE STAR
Author: Don Coldsmith
ISBN-13: 9780553276046
ISBN-10: 0553276042
Publication Date: 11/1/1988
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Domain
Book Type: Paperback
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"The People's future had been shaped by the Elk-dog Medicine, the horse bridle of the Spaniars--amd now a wild-spirited girl will change their destiny again.

A Moon of Sorrow comes to the Elk-dog band when few buffalo return to the Plains and starvation forces the People into the forests of the east. For the young woman Pale Star the dark woods become a place of terror as she is kidnapped and sold into captivity. Her owner, the mysterious Traveler, will carry her far from the People into a world of turmoil and savagery. But have the spirit guides given Pale Star this fate for a special reason? In the land of the Big Water she will discover a link between the Traveler's shining knife and her tribes most magical amulet--the Spanish bit. But she also encounters the cruel renegade Three Owls, who vows to make her his slave wife--and keep her from returning to the People."
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This was a great read.
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A moon of sorror comes to the Elk-dog band when few buffalo return to the plains and starvation forces the people into the forests of the east. For the young woman Pale Star the dark woods become a place of terror as she is kidnapped and sold into captivity. Her owner, the mysterious traveler, will carry her far from the people into a world of turmoil and savagery. But have the spirit guides given Pale Star this fate for a special reason? In the land of the Big Water she will discover a link between the Traveler's shining knife and her tribe's most magical amulet--the spanish bit. But she also encounters the cruel renegade Three Owls, sho vows to make her his slave wife--and keep her from returning to the people. Set in the new world of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Don Coldsmith's acclaimed novels recreate a time and a place and a peole that have been nearly lost to history.
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Don Coldsmith's acclaimed series called the Spanish Bit Saga was a good one. This is #9. It's the story of the 16th and 17th Century Native Americans, ably told. (Even my wife liked these books!)
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this number nine in the spanish bit saga by Don Coldsmith, as always the stories are based on the 16th and 17th century.