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Spirit Walker

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"Spirit Walker" tells the legend of a time when the spirits walked with the living, resistance never stopped, and dreams lived on even when the dreamers lay cold. It was a time of violence and death. After their surrender against overwhelming odds in the months after the Battle of the Little Bighorn, the northern Cheyenne were marched from their homeland near Montana to an overcrowded Indian reservation in Oklahoma. Against the odds, spirit warriors arose in defiance: Rides a Crow, a Spirit Walker who vowed to return from exile even if she were the only one left alive to make the journey; Hunter, an outcast who walked outside the laws of men; Talks to Horses, a spirit horse who has roamed the Plains and now brings her herd to help the Northern Cheyenne; and Dead Face, a warrior scarred for life by the soldiers who vows never to stop fighting. From the misery of a forced march at bayonet point to the squalor of a reservation and to the race for freedom with death riding on their shoulders, the northern Cheyenne refuse to admit defeat, even at the point of death.

Genre: Science Fiction

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