Debra’s pen was dipped in the essence of life to write this amazing book.
Once again her talent rises to the challenge and we meet not just a person but a people.
Through narrative we experience the highs and lows in the account of Cedar Woman and dwell
within the unfolding story. We travel through the pages on a journey through time and circumstance,
from the sweat lodge to the edge of the world and beyond; from powwow, to opening the first Central
Ohio Native American restaurant. Truly a great work concerning a great nation and one small part of it
I will get my
one complaint out of the way because I want to focus on
what an incredible story this is. The formatting for the
Kindle was wonky. Now, it could have been an issue on my
end, but there were moments when there would be one word
of a sentence alone on a line, and then a gap, and then
the sentence would resume. It was a MINOR distraction,
but distracting nonetheless. A story this wonderful
should be distraction free and with the rise of the
eBook, formatting should be a priority. Not all readers
may show patience for such things. I refused to deduct a
star from the rating of this book based on those grounds
because this is all about the story. (note
from author: it has been fixed. Thank you, Mr.