Windigo Moon synopsis
The great love of Blue Heron and Red Bear keeps the Ojibwe clan struggling to survive the war, famine and the arrival of foreign explorers carrying deadly diseases. The hostility between two warriors competing over Ashaji's love, a strong-willed woman of great beauty and greater emotions through this story to the Ojibwe clan on the cusp of a big change.
A young woman from the village of Maslama, Ashaghi (Blue Heron) was kidnapped in a raid by Sioux, the enemy of her clan ancestors, and provided a secret to a fat fat that already has two wives. When saved by Misko (Red Bear), a young man from Ojibwe, the two fall in love and make up the bond for life.
But Nekka, Misco's rival, is demanding Mesako to hand over Ashaghi to replace his brother, who was killed during a raid involving the two militant tribes. Given that Nika's pride and her obsession with Ashagi feeds on his sanity, the greater danger to the whole Ojibwe lifestyle is creeping further and further.
War, revenge, supernatural monsters and strange spirits all collide with the edges of this triangle of love, but clan power, family love, and tradition help keep a culture on the verge of horrific times. Starting in 1588 and extending over twenty five years, WINDIGO MOON includes the warring tribes of the Great Lakes, the beginning of the 17th century ice age, the diseases introduced by foreign explorers, and always and forever, the great love of the Blue Heron and the Red Bear.
The meticulous and beautifully written research will draw WINDIGO MOON to the fans of Kathleen O'Neill Gear, W. Michael Gere, Jean Oyell, Alexander Thom, Anna Lee Waldo and other leading authors of the historical novel..
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