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A Tale of the Supernatural Night Sea Journey is a great read, and it’s a book that I might read again one day. It was definitely a page turner where I did not want to put the book down because I can relate to this book in some aspects. Paula…
Children of the Dawn - Brian S. Goodson Horror Book Review
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Children of the Dawn is a unique composition of the significance of traditional Native American culture. Set within a post-nuclear, apocalyptic environment, the culture emerges to demonstrate through extensive example the vital importance of having the capability of living off the land and the advantages of Indian society, all of which is adopted into a current-day setting. Moral values are demonstrated and Maliseet, Passamaquoddy and Penobscot Indian languages are utilized to assist in presenting American Indian perspective. Ceremony, including traditional games, courtship, burial, and hunting techniques and the ideologies of government are all deployed within the novel in an easy-to-understand manner. Genuine, historical events are woven into the tale, augmented with drama. The reader is left with a cultural education and a greater understanding of Native American spirituality.