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Knee-Deep in Thunder

by Sheila Moon

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I read this book slowly, reading only short passages at one sitting, because I wanted it to last a long time and stay in my memory. It is the story of a journey, an evolution of consciousness, and a lesson in how we can enlist the help of nature and invisible beings to guide our journey. Through the strength of the group and the spirit of cooperation we can confront any challenge that arises in life. ( )
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In service Maris finds danger, absurdity, joy, deep friendship. What happens in the Great Land may be a paradigm for what could happen on earth. "If it is done with courage it leads a heart home." First published over 20 years ago by Atheneum Press, Knee Deep in Thunder and Hunt Down the Prize have been reprinted now together with the first printing of Deepest Roots. This first book in the trilogy begins Maris' adventures informed by Navajo mythology and a deep stream of age-old wisdom; but her problems and questions all belong to today. Originally written for young people, for whom Sheila Moon had a special interest, this trilogy will capture the imagination and enliven journeys of most adults.

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