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23 February 2010

Book Tour: Coming of the Storm by W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear


Title: Coming of the Storm: Book One of Contact: The Battle for America
Authors: W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear
Publisher: Pocket
Publication Date: February 9, 2010
Hardcover: 496 pages
ISBN: 978-1439153888
Genre: Historical Fiction


From the Publisher
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Black Shell, an exiled Chickasaw trader, is fascinated by the pale, bearded newcomers who call themselves "Kristianos," and not even the wise counsel of Pearl Hand, the extraordinary and beautiful woman who has consented to be his mate, can dissuade him. It will unfortunately take a first-hand lesson in the Kristianos' unfathomable brutality for Black Shell to fully comprehend the dangers that these invaders pose to his people's way of life.

While his first instinct is to run away with Pearl Hand, somewhere the Kristianos cannot find them, Black Shell has been called to a greater destiny by the Spirit Being known as Horned Serpent. With Pearl Hand by his side, Black Shell must find a way to unite the disparate tribes and settlements of his native land and overcome the merciless armies of de Soto, which will stop at nothing to attain wealth and power.

For years readers have urged the Gears to bring the clash of Native American and European cultures to life as only they can. Now, with Coming of the Storm, the Gears unleash their expansive breadth of knowledge and stunning writing talents to dispel the myths and falsehoods surrounding Hernando de Soto, as they paint a vivid portrait of the heroic men and women who fought a terrifying, militarily superior power for their survival -- and in so doing defined the character of a nation.


My Review: My review is delayed indefinitely due to circumstances beyond my control.

To Learn more About the Authors:

I received a complimentary copy of Coming of the Storm by W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear from Simon & Schuster as part of the tour. Receiving a free copy in no way reflected my review of aforementioned novel.

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3 comments:

Cranky Mommy said...

I followed you from SITS, I'm sorry to read about your neighbor/friend Rosella. It's nice that she has people around her at this time.

Jenny Girl said...

Hope things are well and sending good thoughts your way.

Jill said...

I didn't quite finish this one on time either. Hope you enjoy it when you can get back to it.