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by Caleb Fox

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ISBN:
0765319934
Author:
Caleb Fox
Category:
Fantasy
Language:
English
Publisher:
Tor Books; 1 edition (March 2, 2010)
Pages:
320 pages
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1796 kb
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Caleb Fox. A Tom Doherty Associates Book New York. This is a work of fiction.

Caleb Fox. All of the characters, organizations, and events portrayed in this novel are either products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously.

Shadows in the Cave book. In this sequel to Zadayi Red, Caleb Fox continues his fantasy retelling of the stories and history of the first peoples of America, the tribes we know today as the Cherokee

Shadows in the Cave book. In this sequel to Zadayi Red, Caleb Fox continues his fantasy retelling of the stories and history of the first peoples of America, the tribes we know today as the Cherokee. Shonan and his son Aku are as different as night and day–the father a down-to-earth War Chief, leader of his village; his son a young shape-shifter who has been forbidden by his father to practice his In this sequel to Zadayi Red, Caleb Fox continues his fantasy retelling of the stories and history of the first peoples of America

Shadows in the Cave book. Shonan and his son Aku are as different as night and day–the father a down-to-earth War Chief, leader of his village; his son a young shape-shifter who has been forbidden by his father to practice his In this sequel to Zadayi Red, Caleb Fox continues his fantasy retelling of the stories and history of the first peoples of America

Caleb Fox. A thought floated idly through Oghi’s mind-the glow of the Land Beyond was partly due to the u-tsa-le-ta. But he didn’t want to spend his journey time on idle thoughts.

Caleb Fox. The brew slanted his thinking oddly, and he was startled-he’d forgotten momentarily. Greetings, Grandmother. I’m glad you’re with me. He could hear the tap of her drum, as on his journey to the Land Beyond, the steady thump of a heartbeat. I’ve never been to the Underworld, either. We’re both innocents. Oghi started wandering around

CALEB FOX came from a part of Arkansas that was originally Indian Territory. When he was a teenager, his aunts revealed to him that the family was part Cherokee, or in their words, "redneck on one side of the mountain, redskin on the other

CALEB FOX came from a part of Arkansas that was originally Indian Territory. When he was a teenager, his aunts revealed to him that the family was part Cherokee, or in their words, "redneck on one side of the mountain, redskin on the other. One family told him mythic Cherokee and Lakota stories he'd missed out on as a child, introduced him to ceremonies, and put his feet on the red road. Fox lives in Indian Country

In this sequel to Zadayi Red, Caleb Fox continues his fantasy retelling of the stories and history of the first peoples of America, the tribes we know today as the Cherokee

In this sequel to Zadayi Red, Caleb Fox continues his fantasy retelling of the stories and history of the first peoples of America, the tribes we know today as the Cherokee. Shonan and his son Aku are as different as night and day - the father a down-to-earth War Chief, leader of his village; his son a young shape-shifter who has been forbidden by his father to practice his gift from the gods.

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In this sequel to Zadayi Red, Caleb Fox continues his fantasy retelling of the stories and history of the first peoples of America, the tribes we know today as the Cherokee.  Shonan and his son Aku are as different as night and day–the father a down-to-earth War Chief, leader of his village; his son a young shape-shifter who has been forbidden by his father to practice his gift from the gods.  But such gifts are given to the people for the protection of the tribe, and Aku will not long be able to obey his father.This lovely, intense journey among the earliest inhabitants of North America will thrill readers with deep truths and timeless adventure.

  • FreandlyMan
I read the first and second books of this series. What I found hard to get past were the words and phrasing that seemed way too modern to be used in prehistory. I know there isn't any way to know how people really did speak but it was hard to keep my head in the past when the speech was more akin to today. I hoped this book was a continuation of the characters from the first book but it jumped ahead many years. I did finish both books - the stories were interesting enough.
  • Zadora
This is a wonderful book. Great plot and well developed characters. I loved every minute of reading it and would recommend it to anyone who appreciates a good read!!
  • SARAND
Very interesting book. I couldn't put it down.
  • GawelleN
I just couldn't get into this story. It started out far to slowly for me. I didn't finish it.
  • Ranenast
Galayi Tribal War Chief Shonan has banned the use of magic especially by his family ever since the events that shook him and his tribe several years ago (see Zadayi Red). Although he honors the Gods and knows his wife Meli has the power of shapeshifting and her grandmother is a seer who lately seems to talk to herself or some spirit no one else sees, he prefers earthly pragmatism over the mystical. Their oldest children are twin twelve years old, Aku and Salya. A male Aku has the maternal paranormal skill of shapeshifting that he yearns to use, but fears disobeying his father while his female twin ironically cannot.

Unable to resist Aku practices shifting by himself. However, as he begins to become proficient, the Brown Leaf People violently attack the Galayi's five villages. Shonan and Salya are dispatched to the underworld Darkening Land while his sibling's body is owned by a monster. There only hope to return to the living is Aku; who must find himself if he is to save his family members.

This is a superb coming of age Cherokee quest fantasy that grips the reader the moment the Brown Leaf tribe attacks. The story line focuses on the young hero whose reflective doubts are his biggest impediments to saving his twin and their father. Fans preferring some action intermingled with major moments of meditative pensiveness will enjoy Aku's journey into his mind, heart and soul as he traverses the Shadows in the Cave of the Darkening Land.

Harriet Klausner
  • PanshyR
I just re-read this. The first time was in February 2012. It's even better the 2nd time ! The intelligent combining of paranormal and Native American spirituality plus adventure story telling is just fabulous. The pace has variety so the reader is called upon to slow down and reflect, then sometimes hustle to keep up. These characters can leave you behind ! It is difficult to say which is best - the silky superb writing or a time-tested story theme developed on a fascinating level. Read it and decide for yourself. This is one of those books I'm glad I read.
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