Do We hear the call?? In our everyday reality, the great spirit calls us to redeem ourselves and those around us from the ruler of this world. If you heard the call, what would you choose. For many are called, but few are chosen. Those who hear and answer the call do so to the peril of their very soul. Follow the woman of the wilderness and the hero, a great warrior of the first nation, as they risk life and limb to redeem first themselves then all of turtle island...
A sparse, mythical writing style and complex storytelling ensure the success of D. E. Bartley's portrayal of a celebrated Native American warrior who rediscovers his divinity, and a Brooklyn daughter of Jacob who wanders the wilderness trying to answer the call.
When you close the pages of this book, you are apt to appreciate it more
as it settles into the parts of your brain that mingle literature with
the myths and legends of the wandering spirit. The entertainment value
is actually eclipsed by its brilliance, the dazzling rays reaching out
to prior gems and reflecting an awful lot of sublime light as the
unsustainable light is swallowed whole, then released. It's cheeky,
satirical, uncomfortable, and to some readers, it will be very