PEOPLE OF THE MOON

book-reviews-imagesPeople of the Moon is part of the Gears’ First North American series, and this 13th installment focuses on the Chaco Anasazi, who lived in New Mexico and Colorado during the 12th century.

This book is an insightful look at the tribe’s warring castes: First people, who were always human, and Made people, who were animals before becoming human. In terms of prehistoric fiction, this novel is definitely a Western worth reading.

 

 

Lucky Bonner


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