Talks Like Thunder: Red With Native Blood

Novella One

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Pub Date 14 Mar 2022 | Archive Date 28 May 2022
Soul Mission Publications LLC, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members' Titles

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A Native American seer and shaman pens a powerful YA novel based on a vision of an 1870s Apache battle.

An inspiring story of resilience, grit, and perseverance of a young female Apache warrior.

In 1871, a young White Mountain Apache girl—Talks Like Thunder—is taken from her village in the Arizona territory by her estranged grandfather, chief of the Three Hills Chiricahua. As the years pass, Thunder learns the ways of their ancient beliefs and traditions and becomes a rare female warrior. She falls in love with Golden Eagle, and they become betrothed. But Thunder’s bliss doesn’t last long when the Bluecoats surprise the village, outnumbering the Chiricahua warriors. She does not yet realize that her life will soon be changed forever.

Posthumously published, Red With Native Blood is a novella trilogy written by the late Marjorie Carter, a Native American of Cherokee descent, and co-authored by writer Randal Nerhus.

A Native American seer and shaman pens a powerful YA novel based on a vision of an 1870s Apache battle.

An inspiring story of resilience, grit, and perseverance of a young female Apache warrior.

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A Note From the Publisher

Illustrated by Laura Boyle

Illustrated by Laura Boyle


Advance Praise

Red With Native Blood will tear at your heart and take your soul on an emotional mission.”
—Dennis Banks, co-founder of the American Indian Movement. April 12, 1937 — October 29, 2017

Red With Native Blood is profoundly moving, meticulously researched, poetic, passionate, stirring, and a true American epic.”
—Maureen Earl, author of Boat of Stone and Gulliver Quick.

Red With Native Blood will tear at your heart and take your soul on an emotional mission.”
—Dennis Banks, co-founder of the American Indian Movement. April 12, 1937 — October 29, 2017

Red With Native...


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