Everything on the earth has a purpose. Every disease an herb to cure it and every person a mission. This is the Indian Theory of Existence.Morning Star Salish Seven people from different cultures are chosen to save The Land of the Eagle Feathers. Each character must overcome their own demons for the group to survive. The group's mission is full of mysticism; spirituality; danger; love; hate; spirits and good and evil forces. The Land of the Eagle Feathers is in danger from outside forces. This land contains the knowledge and power to fight evil forces that try to control all things. On this mission, the characters must learn to trust each other and work together. They must find the knowledge that is contained in four books to save this sacred land for mankind. If they do not, The Land of the Eagle Feathers will be lost and the world as we know it. In this quest to find the first book, nothing is what it seems. All of the characters have their own special skills and powers. Is each individual strong enough to survive the journey? Will they be able to work together with nobody being whom they seem to be? Will they be able to conquer everybody's worst enemy-themselves? Many have tried to save this land, but failed. Will this group survive? If they survive, they will become known as The Keepers of the Yawi. This book contains some adult passages related to sex. It you want the same book but those passages deleted, The Quest of the Land of Eagle Feathers: The Book of Spring would be for you. This book is the first book of a four book series.
Author: Jo Ann Bullard, Joe G. Morin Publisher: Lyrics & Books from the Heart Publishing Comp Published: 05/04/2018 Pages: 250 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 0.75lbs Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.53d ISBN: 9780692090831
About the Author Joe G. Morin was born and raised on a small rural farm. He currently lives in East Tennessee where he taught Adult Education for several years. His ancestors came from Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia. His current publications on Amazon.com are Why Men Have Problems with Women and An Angel in the Kitchen. He loves to tell stories. He is from a family of story tellers. He would listen to his Grandfather tell his stories about being a rural school teacher and farmer for hours. You may contact him at email@example.com Jo Ann Bullard was born in East Tennessee. Having been a professional entertainer, she traveled all over the world. There is no place like East Tennessee. She lives and writes in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. Her ancestors were Cherokee, Blackfoot and Scotch-Irish. Her current publications on Amazon.com are The Problems with Men, and Angel in the Kitchen. She has written several articles for professional publications. She is currently working on a volume of song lyrics. You may visit her at firstname.lastname@example.org