Book Reviews of The Tree People

The Tree People
The Tree People
Author: Naomi M. Stokes
ISBN-13: 9780812535105
ISBN-10: 0812535103
Pages: 544
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Tor Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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An absolutely fascinating book. If you liked the Clan of the Cave Bear series you will enjoy this book too. A tale of Native American legend set in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. This is a mystery and fantasy combined. A very unique story of shamanistic powers, vanished heritage and modern tribal politics. Set in the lush forests of the northwest. I highly recommend this book, it is not the typical novel!
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This is an excellent fiction book based on the real beliefs of the Native American (Indian) people of the Pacific Northwest. From dust jacket: "Jordan Tidewater, the first female sheriff of the Salish Reservation in the Olympic Peninsula, is handed the most terrifying murder case of her career. First a sacred old cedar is mysteriously cut down, then brutal murders wrack the placid Salish Indian community. Some victims are sadistically slaughtered, others buried alive. The tribal elders insist that a shaman's vengeful spirit has been released, and now Jordan must struggle against a powerful force that will put the lives of even those closest to her at stake. She must delve into her people's ancient lore and rituals to fight this savage killer-a beautiful woman empowered by the spirit of a long-dead shaman. Set in the cathedral-like heart of the Olympic rain forest, The Tree People is a compelling mystery and a sensitive tribute to an age-old culture."
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This was an okay book. Really good if you like stories based on Indian Tribes and legends