Black Wolf's Return

Black Wolf s Return It is and Black Wolf an aged warrior has a dying vision The wolves will leave the prairie and so will the Nez Perce Indians The vision promises his descendants will only return when the wolves

  • Title: Black Wolf's Return
  • Author: Dan Strawn
  • ISBN: 9781927220351
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is 1740 and Black Wolf, an aged warrior, has a dying vision The wolves will leave the prairie, and so will the Nez Perce Indians The vision promises his descendants will only return when the wolves do In the 20th century, his descendant, Emma Wolf Alone follows her baby s father to California where she forms a lifelong friendship with Tessie, and their children, TomIt is 1740 and Black Wolf, an aged warrior, has a dying vision The wolves will leave the prairie, and so will the Nez Perce Indians The vision promises his descendants will only return when the wolves do In the 20th century, his descendant, Emma Wolf Alone follows her baby s father to California where she forms a lifelong friendship with Tessie, and their children, Tom and Seesee, find trials and tribulations of their own When Tom and his daughter, Sara, search for the black wolf in and around Hell s Canyon, their journey leads to the fruition of Black Wolf s vision, bringing a three hundred year tale of struggle and survival, love and loss, bound by common dreams, to a conclusion.

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    • Dan Strawn

      About Dan StrawnDan Strawn took up writing after retiring from dual careers in business and education He lives in Vancouver, Washington with his wife, Sandi In addition to his novels, he is a published short story, memoir, and essay writer His work has appeared in various editions of Idaho Magazine and in Trail Blazer Magazine In April of 2014, his short story, Son was awarded first place in the Adult Division of Idaho Magazine s annual short fiction contest In 2005, Everyman s Small Town, his essay about Moscow, Idaho, made the finalist list in the University of Oregon s Northwest Perspective s Essay Contest He is the author of four novels Black Wolf s Return Nominated for a 2014 Book Award by the Pacific Northwest Book Sellers Association Lame Bird s Legacy Isaac s Gun An American Tale The Dead Possum Gang, release pending, Bluewood Publishing, LTD.On occasion, he teaches for the mature learning division of Clark Community College, Vancouver, Washington In 2008, he took mature learning students to eastern Oregon and Idaho to experience first hand the Nez Perce land and people they had studied in class He also volunteers with the Nez Perce National Historic Park as an interpreter of the Nez Perce experience at Park sites, at elementary, intermediate, and high schools, senior living facilities, and other venuesHe is an active member of the Western Writers of America, a life member of the ATT Telephone Pioneers, and a member and past board of directors member of the Nez Perce Trail Foundation.

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    • BLACK WOLF’S RETURN is an ambitious retelling of a historical story, exploring a nearly lost culture, respecting it and evoking it over a vast span of time. The book opens with a mythological tale of the creation of the world, casting a prophesy of its future. “A day would come when the prairie’s stability would suffer, a little at first, then, like a twirling top accentuates its wobble when it loses its center, increasing numbers of animals would disappear.”The story is structured in si [...]


    • Historical fiction at its best, Black Wolf’s Return is a saga spanning 300 years, following the departure of the Nez Perce Indians, the Real People, from the lands where they grew out of the earth, created from the blood of the sea monster’s heart, tricked by Itsi-Yay-Yay the coyote who ate him from the inside out. It tells how they were chased from the banks of the Koos-Koos-Kai-Kai river, from the prairies and the hunting grounds, to reservations far away. And it tells how generations late [...]


    • This story deals with several ethnicities of people, and the forgiveness, and lack of prejudice that marks it, as it does Strawn’s previous book Isaac’s Gun, makes for easy reading, and easy visualising the characters and the happenings. A lack of bias as to who is right and who is wrong during the 300 years the story covers, ensures the reader is not distracted from the story being told. It allows us to think about it for ourselves, to imagine what it might have been like to be Black Wolf, [...]


    • Black Wolf's Return was an amazing end to a beautiful collection of books. Tom and his daughter on on their jurney was beautiful and powerful. I dare anyone to read this and not have it touch your heart. I myself had tears running down my face at the end of this book.


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