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Happy Birthday THE FALCON, THE WOLF AND THE HUMMINGBIRD!




HAPPY BIRTHDAY!


Today THE FALCON, THE WOLF AND THE HUMMINGBIRD makes its way into the world!


If you read the book, please review it on Goodreads and Amazon!



BOOK DESCRIPTION


A consummate warrior and brilliant strategist, Pino is a young Native American woman who must fight against fierce invaders to save her tribe — and spirit — from annihilation in precolonial southern New England.


The strange tale of sisterhood begins on the stormy spring morning her tribe faces imminent attack by a contingent of the mighty Pagassett Nation, infamous for destroying small tribes in its quest for land and power. Pino knows this is the moment she’s been waiting for, a chance to save her people and maybe —maybe — redeem herself for failing to rescue her beloved sister, murdered ten summers ago.


Aided by her best warrior and forbidden love, Tow, and key tribal leaders who witness Pino’s gift for camouflage, she clandestinely influences strategy in the short, but wildly intense conflict. She soon discovers her real opposition is Meesha, a beautiful near-slave taken in by the invading tribe when just a girl. By learning how the other operates, the women form an intimate, almost magical sisterhood in their internal fight to free their inner demons.


REVIEWS


The novel beautifully explores themes of redemption, sisterhood, and the complexities of personal battles. Overall, THE FALCON, THE WOLF AND THE HUMMINGBIRD is a must-read for those who enjoy strong female protagonists and richly layered narratives with plenty of atmosphere and drama




Native American culture is rich and complex, passionate and powerful, as are the cast of characters in The Falcon, the Wolf, and the Hummingbird.


— Frances Rivetti



Suspenseful and spellbinding, THE FALCON, THE WOLF AND THE HUMMINGBIRD by Martha Engber is a breathless adventure about two courageous Native American women warriors on opposite sides of a life-or-death conflict.


— Ann S. Epstein



Engber’s evocative prose instantly transports the reader back to a time when these weapons of war and hunting were commonplace. THE FALCON, THE WOLF AND THE HUMMINGBIRD is a vivid portrayal of a world the white man seldom bothers to visit. Highly recommended for all, including YA.


— Steve Zettler




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