The Way of the Eagle: An Early California Journey of Awakening

The Way of the Eagle: An Early California Journey of Awakening

Authors : D.E. Lamont

ISBN10 : 0983500703 ISBN13 : 9780983500704

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Language: English

3.86 /5

Paperback, 138 pages

Published May 22nd 2011 by Cloud River Press

Description

*** Just honored as a medal-winning Finalist in the Novella category of the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards! ***

In this tale set in the world of a nearly extinct Native American tribe which prospered thousands of years before that same locale became the city of Los Angeles, a you......more

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Iset

At 140 pages long, about a third the size of an average paperback these days,

is really more of a novella than a full blown novel, but there is much to recommend it. The story reminded me strongly of the Native American myths and legends I read as a child, it manages to capture the same......more

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Lindsay

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The Way of the Eagle: An Early California Journey of Awakening by D.E. Lamont is a quick, short read but one definitely worth a reader's time.

My Thoughts:

I really enjoyed this book, and felt like it was a ......more

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D.E.

I wrote this novella about the almost-forgotten Southern California tribe, the Tongva, after growing up in the countryside and city that they once called home. As a kid, it was so unreal to me that authentic original peoples might have once occupied the same land as our concrete and asphalt-surround......more

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Donna

I enjoy anything that has to do with Native American culture and I was not familiar with this tribe at all. It is definitely a time travel to think what southern California is like now. Tacu was brave and I don't think I could have went through this period of initiation like he did. I liked the pati......more

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Karen

I was extremely excited that I won this book from Goodreads. The book reflects back to a time when everything was simple and beautiful. All of the illustrations are absolutely amazing. The book is worth reading.

Tacu learns his lessons from his Uncle about becoming an Indian man. Truly a ......more

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Vennie

I received this book and in that one night I read it beginning to end. D.E. Lamont brings into the world of a native American young man and through her writing you will go on a vision quest with this young man. It is a truly warm book and a wonderful read! Ms. Lamont's writing style is great. So, re......more

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J.H. Soeder

The Way of the Eagle, is a remarkable book. Although a fictional story, the author pulls you into the story, purely because of is wonderfully simple presentation. It is a very spiritual book about a race of people that time forgot. A proud people of the earth.

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Phoenix Reads

Wonderful spiritual journey of a young boy. The research of this extinct tribe in California is terrific.

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Maylen Bolster

I would like to read more by this author. Beliefs of spirit occupancy within human,animal, and other natural life is a source unlike what is read in the Christian faith because greed had already drowned respect of all humanity.

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ZB

I received this book through GoodReads First Reads. The book was okay, but honestly I enjoyed reading the extras in the back more than the story itself. I felt like the story was a little flat and the characters were one dimensional. There were a lot of questions about why one of the main characters......more

About the author(D.E. Lamont)

D.E. Lamont's interest in books and writing developed as a preteen when her favorite aunt, Libby, took her to the big Hollywood book shop of the era, Pickwick Books, and let her pick out as many books as she wished to get. Delighted, she became an avid reader and visitor to the library from that tim......more

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