From the Carnegie Medal-winning author of Buffalo Soldier comes a powerful account of the Apache’s struggle for survival in a hostile world.
From the Carnegie Medal-winning author of Buffalo Soldier comes this haunting account of the Apache’s struggle for survival. Siki is an orphan of the Black Mountain Apache. Her mother was killed by Mexicans three years ago and her father lost in an ambush the winter before that. When Siki witnesses the brutal murder of her little brother Tazhi, she vows to become an Apache warrior and avenge his death. This powerful but sensitively written novel will stay with you long after you have turned the final page.
Magnificent ... a disturbing but exhilerating experience. * The Independent * This novel is a masterpiece ... It deserves to become a modern children's classic. * Books for Keeps * Truly remarkable ... It's like Cormac McCarthy for kids - brilliant. * Venue * I strongly recommend this book. * Teen Titles * It captivates you so that when you start reading you can't stop! * Newcastle Upon Tyne Evening Chronicle * Beautifully written and unforgettable. * Time Out *
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