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The Tree People Referring to her people s ancient lore and rituals in order to track down a vicious killer Jordan Tidewater the first female sheriff of the Salish Reservation finds a clue in an ancient cut down c

  • Title: The Tree People
  • Author: Naomi M. Stokes
  • ISBN: 9780312856335
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Tree People By Naomi M. Stokes, Referring to her people s ancient lore and rituals in order to track down a vicious killer, Jordan Tidewater, the first female sheriff of the Salish Reservation, finds a clue in an ancient, cut down cedar tree.

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    1. This was a book recommendation from my father, who loaned me his own paperback copy What a beautifully written book A wonderful mixture of Quinault Native culture, perspective, and unity with the environment The author obviously invested a lot of time, attention, and love into this rich depliction of the Quinault rain forest and Olympic Penninsula The reader is gifted with researched information be sure to read the author s note at the beginning of the book about the Quinault Indian lands, the i [...]

    2. I loved this book it taught me so much about the Quinault Indians and the ways of their tribe I was especially fascinated because Lake Quinault is not far from my home so I felt like I was in the middle of the story The characterizations are well thought out and interesting It was a really good read.

    3. I started reading this from the bookshelf at the condo where my family was staying in Destin, Florida in 2003 our last family vacation before my younger daughter was diagnosed with cancer and only got about 200 250 pages thru it I actually thought about accidentally bringing it home with me to finish because I was so engrossed in the story, but didn t So a few years later I came across the novel and added it to Mt TBR I did enjoy this story of the Pacific Northwest and the Quinault Indians In th [...]

    4. I tried, really tried But after 100 pages I cannot get into the feel of the book It is too depressing, too dark and I don t seem to be in the right mind set to read this kind of tough read.The descriptive language is well used and having been to the pacific northwest I love the way that scenery is described But the over all bad, dreading feel of the first pages that s too much for me, for right now.So this is a Did not finish book for me.Ich habe ein Buch bei BookCrossing registriert BookCrossin [...]

    5. I enjoyed this book Ms Stokes describes the Pacific Northwest beautifully, one can picture walking thru those forests and the see the ocean waves Those woods were very magical eerie when I was there visiting.The book takes place on the Quinault Indian Reservation on the Olympic Peninsula It is spiritual, magical, haunting, with a high wooo woooo factor I m reading this book for a book club, and haven t found any other information about Naomi Stokes anywyare Hard to believe in this day and age If [...]

    6. this book starts off strong it has a twin peaks aura surrounding it for me, due to the similarities in location and content the foil foe in this book is certainly scarier than BOB to me though well, scarier than BOB is pretty hardmething about the way it is written reminded me of young adult novels but i won t hold that against it neither will i hold the scooby doo murder she wrote crime recaps took me less than a week to read it because it was actually engrossing.

    7. this book was incredibly good i picked it up for 1 so i wasn t expecting too much but it took me by surprise i loved that it was set in the pacific northwest so i recognized most of the places talked about but than that the story was interesting and deep.

    8. Based on Native American culture Mystery ancient creatures surrounding the dark sensual richness of an old growth forest also called the magestic tall ones.Not necessarily a paranormal romance, but its a book you pick up and can t put it down until the mysteries are solved.

    9. This book has everything Native America lore, lush Pacific North West setting, strong female leads, witch craft, murder bodice ripping, heavy equipment, and the art of photography What isn t to like Compelling and fun to read Especially if you like love the Pacific North West.

    10. Read this in high school, at the height of my X Files phase It lived up to my expectations misty Pacific Northwest forests, shamanic magic in the modern world, etcbut it was a pretty silly book Scenes from it still stick with me though.

    11. I ve read and am on my 3rd copy of both of the Quinault books by this author and cannot recommend them enough The language is almost hypnotic in its rhythm, and the stories are powerful and well written.

    12. This Native American centered mystery includes magical realism and Mother Nature is front and center The visual imagery of Olympic Peninsula old growth forest allows you to feel like you re watching the novel unfold.

    13. It was a good read I wished they didn t tell rather than show so much about logging near the beginning middle Maybe a bit dated 1970s New Age y.

    14. I read this book probably when I was too young the first time around especially as I literally didn t know what some of the sexual content was , but this novel shaped the way I viewed literature.

    15. One of my favorites Combines familiar northwest locations with mystery, human frailty, ancient Native American legends and just good writing A page turner LVMalone

    16. Loved it.Trees and people of the pacific northwest With the right mixture of mystery suspense, past present,loggers Indian rights, love grief, witches shaman I didn t want to put the book down.

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