It Wakes in Me

It Wakes in Me According to the tradition of the Black Falcon People each person has three souls the eye soul which stays with the body forever the shadow soul where all evil is leeched and shed at death and the

  • Title: It Wakes in Me
  • Author: Kathleen O'Neal Gear
  • ISBN: 9780765350268
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
  • According to the tradition of the Black Falcon People, each person has three souls the eye soul, which stays with the body forever the shadow soul, where all evil is leeched and shed at death and the reflection soul, where the spirit lives on among the Blessed ancestors in the Land of the Dead, pure and clean On rare occasions, a shadow soul can take over a stranger sAccording to the tradition of the Black Falcon People, each person has three souls the eye soul, which stays with the body forever the shadow soul, where all evil is leeched and shed at death and the reflection soul, where the spirit lives on among the Blessed ancestors in the Land of the Dead, pure and clean On rare occasions, a shadow soul can take over a stranger s body and commit hideous crimes Sora, the High Chieftess of the Black Falcon Nation, has been plagued with blackouts and fits since her seventh winter As her world goes black, two gleaming eyes burn inside her Sora calls these occurrences the Midnight Fox she remembers nothing of what happens when they take her Now rival clans have accused her of seven murders, including the killing of her friend, the Loon People s war chief As animosity toward Sora and the Black Falcon Nation abounds, she must find the necessary healing for her soul and mind, the courage to lead her people, and the strength to save her own life.

    One thought on “It Wakes in Me”

    1. This book has an interesting setting, but I was left feeling as though the story stopped short. It's not a happy ending kind of book, but it just didn't seem to find the right ending. It was okay, but I wouldn't read it again or recommend it.

    2. Book 2 In me SeriesIf this series is read in order you would be anticipating the next volume. But each book of this 3volume series just leads you to read further. Kathleen, this was a great book. Just one of a great series. Please write more!☺

    3. This book was definitely better than the first, but I wonder if I think that way because you have all the players down and are more used to the society the story is placed in.This book takes place directly after the last one. While I found the first book to be confusing, this one was better, if only because I knew there were going to be layers and layers of conspiracies. Just when you think you have it down more info comes that changes things. It reminds me of things that happen in today's world [...]

    4. Review: It Wakes In Me (Black Falcon series) Kathleen O'neal GearThe second book in a triumphant trilogy. The Black Falcon People believe that each person has three souls, the eye-soul, which stays with the body forever, the shadow-soul, where all evil is leached and shed at death, and the reflection-soul, where the spirit lives on among the Blessed ancestors in the Land of the Dead, pure and clean. A wonderful story of personal triumph and clarification of the mind and body. Sora is falling dee [...]

    5. Second in a trilogy.is is a very interesting Native American romance with a good mystery twist. The author has a fantastic way of describing the world of the Black Falcon Nation whose clans lived on the pan handle of Florida. The historical detail and descriptions of clothing, clan life, politics in the matriarchal society and rituals really made the story come to life for me. Can't wait to see how it all ends in the third book, "It Dreams in Me."

    6. I was bored so I ended up buying this book for $7 in a used book store. The premise is very interesting: a Native American girl with a demon possibly residing within her coupled with the drama between her and her husband. I must say that the story is very entertaining and, at times, somewhat violent and sexual. Note that this is the second book in the Black Falcon trilogy.

    7. It was as good as the first one. Some new interesting characters & plot twists. Really engaging ritual descriptions.

    8. I really have enjoyed the "People of the ______" books that Gear and her husband have written, so I was looking forward to this book. I love the use of sexual practices to combat mental problems.

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