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Book Reviews of Tatham Mound

Tatham Mound
Tatham Mound
Author: Piers Anthony
ISBN-13: 9780380713097
ISBN-10: 0380713098
Publication Date: 10/1992
Pages: 522
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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Not your typical Piers Anthony fare - a historical fiction book speculating on the history of Native American burial mounds and the spirits that inhabit them. A very good read.
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This book is about the Indians of Florida. Gives you a great insight into what they went through on a daily basis. Very good read.
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From book back: They inhabit the unspoiled swamplands, mountain plains and verdant forests of the vast North American continent--warriors, shamans, hunters and farmers of sundry tribes and cultures. And one man travels among them--a speaker of many tongues born 'Hotfoot' but renamed 'Throat Shot' as a cruel consequence of a hunting raid. From the burial mound of his ancestors, the spirits set him on his life's path--impelling the young brave through war and hardship, through magical wonder and passionate love, on a mystical quest to deliver his people from the devastation that bears relentlessly down upon them.
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My young daughter loves some of Piers's books, this one is not for children.
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Very insightful book about the Indians who lived in Florida when the Spanish came in looking for Gold etc. I really enjoyed reading this book because of the Background information and the Caricatures used. Only thing I did not like was all the Sexual explanations and content that was included. Maybe that was the way they lived but I do not know.
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