Shadow of the Serpent
A Coyote Moon Story
5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
Retail $14.95 US
Sale Price $7.95 US
Shadow of the Serpent is an absorbing tale of nomadic peoples, exotic civilizations, and the unavoidable struggle for dominance. Set in North America's boundless wilderness, exiles from an ancient Meso-American civilization seek to dominate a new land and carve out their own empire. They soon discover that sophistication and technological superiority do not always guarantee victory.
This action-packed adventure is a tale of epic proportions, steadily drawing the reader into the hearts of an innocent people facing a civilization with fantastic powers. It could actually take place in many settings where conflicts between powerful empires and so-called barbarians occured throughout history, across the globe. And, while most civilizations appear to be in control now, it may be just an era during a long cycle. The security, power and relative peace afforded within the confines of a well-structured society can be easily and unexpectedly unraveled. Unimaginable forces from both outside and within can result in catastrophic chaos.
Shadow of the Serpent, A Coyote Moon Story is a string of parables woven through the fabric of human diversity. Both strength and weakness are illusive and temporary. Follow the Minnecou through their trials, losses and triumphs as they face unimaginable powers wielded by the fabled "Snake People"—many as formidable as those in the modern world. All of these powers can be overcome with wisdom, ingenuity, strength and will. While the Minnecou are a fictional tribe, their counterparts have prevailed throughout history, all over the world.
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