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A young boy is forced into early manhood by visions of a coming storm, represented by the looming Spanish ships on the horizon, and the blood that sings from earth, spilled by the race of men with hairy faces, their selfish attitudes and their weapons.
While the terrible future of Native Americans looms, we discover the depth of the people’s love for each other and how it is shared with all living beings including the wolves that inhabit the Canyon Lands.
Since every tribe member believes in one-another, no one stands out as odd or is shunned for their belief. Every person’s vision is valid. The sense of community displayed in this story is refreshing. Contrast that with family life today with its religious bickering and myriad differences of opinions.
This book is a rare glimpse of a life who’s symbol is drawn in the dust with the tip of an elder’s finger; a circle, and what that circle represents, a symbiosis of all livings things existing separately yet all as one. That every being has a purpose inside the ecology. A people who live off the abundant land without destroying it for its resources. In Circles , land is not owned by any person. Land ownership is a concept that arrives with Columbus in 1492. This book shows us, indeed refuses to let us ignore, the way of life that was destroyed.
The author takes you deep into the Fish peoples lives, weaves their history around you, and leaves you wanting to continue the journey. The writing is subtle, fluid, evocative, and expressive. The characters live and breath, jumping right off of the page and deep into your heart.
From the first chapter, truly the first paragraph, I was transported into the lives of the characters, feeling their joys, pains, their lives. The gentle way in which the author writes, you feel deeply full-filled. Your soul expands as you read, you wish for it to continue forever.
Overall, an exceptionally well balanced story-line, mixed with sprigs of gentle humor and just enough tension to keep the story moving forward, towards the end...or the next book, Spirals, coming out in November 2012!
Destined to be shelved with the historical greats such as Cecelia Holland, W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear, and Jean M. Auel.
I found she is waiting to get out book 4 of this series and had written some short stories under the title evolution. I am still waiting for her 4th book.
FYI: The reader is extremely good at changing her voice for each character.