|Anasazi Quest, the sequal to Anasazi
Journey, by James Gibson (224 pg Perfect bound) ISBN 0-9721351-1-1,
212 pg. perfect bound, price $9.95 plus $2.50 P&H. Forced out of their
ancestral home in Mesa Verde by drought, the Anasazi princess Shanni and
her people, the Huastecs, suffer deprivation and death in the harsh desert
as they journey toward their mythical “Center” in the Mayan civilization
of the Yucatan. Evil sorcerers to the south perceive their approach as
a threat and send waves of destruction to stop them. Anglo Caleb Stone,
who loves Shanni, is drawn into the quest to overcome the sorcerers and
resist bandit attacks in the desert journey. Both Caleb and Shanni must
make hard choices and become different people in order to survive in a
strange and hostile world and build their life together.
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Sample of Work
“Do you think you can train him in the art of sordery?” Shanni asked.
“Yes. He has at least suspended disbelief, although he has a strong will and we have little time in which to train.”
“Maybe even less time than we thought,” Shanni interjected.
“My prescience is warning that our time here is growing short. Some threat is moving toward us in the physical world, forcing us to act.” Tonah looked away with misgiving. Something omnious was about to happen and there was little time to prepare.
About the Author
James Gibson grew up on a grassland farm in West Tennessee, riding horses
and herding cattle. He learned to read in his father’s Zane Grey westerns,
and later traveled widely in the American West. He brings his love of the
Old West into his novels. He and his wife live in Northville, Michigan.
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