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Book - In Time Saga Book 4 - Paths in Time by KD Beckett

SKU: KDU0004

Each book is autographed by the author.

Paths in Time  Book 4: In Time Saga  K.D. Beckett

The Siksika Wolf and Buffalo tribes must come to terms with the unexpected tragedy that shattered their world. The members of the tightly knit clans strive to remain united in their grief despite their conflicting beliefs. Chief White Eagle and Billy Is-sistsi Blackwell, now Head Chief of the Wolf tribe, seek retribution for Omahkapi'si's callous murder and the death of his beautiful Ka'pah 'pah mah-chatik 'way. They vow not to rest until they've exacted revenge on the murderous soldier whose bullet changed the course of their lives. They plan to launch a war of extermination upon the hated Coyote and their new allies" the mountain men, the whisky drovers, and the white invaders. The war drums thunder across the Niitsitapi territory, calling all allied nations to step onto the war path. Some pay a high price for doing so while others veer onto forbidden paths. Some embark on new paths leading to the fulfillment of their dreams and ambitions among their people. Some find their soul mates while others' love is tested mercilessly. The Shamans are tasked with reaching into the 21st century to protect the Niitsitapis future. They call upon rainbows to cross the fragile ceil of time, and in doing so, they trigger events that reach far beyond their expectations. The Blackwell, Montour, and White Eagle progenies must carve their own place in their world to fulfill their destinies as keepers of the freedom their parents so nobly defended. They walk difficult paths, and have to draw upon their teachings and strongest convictions. Most importantly, they need to still their hatred and thirst for revenge to honour Michel and Lee Ann's legacy, and to let their guide them onto new Paths in Time.

ISBN# 978-0-9869051-4-8, books