From a two-time Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers Writer of the Year, this tale of lost faith and crowning redemption follows one American Indianas spirit journey to heal his past and claim his future Before he was born, Joseph Blue Crow was chosen to carry the sacred ways of the Sioux. But instead of walking the good Red Road of his people, he put his feet on the white manas road of basketball and booze, women and the blues. Haunted by the loss of his Lakota heritage and the inexplicable suicide of the woman he loves, Blue sinks into alcoholism and despair. He soon finds himself on the precipice of oblivion, a train roaring toward his car on the railroad tracks. Only his best friendas words can save him: aYou got to go on the mountain.a Blueas journey takes him on a tortuous path, guided by a shaman and a spirit bird under whose wing lies the shadow of the past. He relives the massacre of Wounded Knee, standing beside his family and his people as they fall under fire of guns and cannons. Blue seeks redemption and healing through the course of this extraordinary story.And. How. Do. You. Like. Your. BlueEyed. Boy. Now, . Mr. Death? That. afternoon I drank. If youa#39;re gonna see things, you might as well be drunk. And I played a game. How do you drink just enough to keep you going? Going from bar to bar, anbsp;...
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