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Song of Heyoehkah.
by [Native American Spirituality] Storm, Hyemeyohsts.

Publisher Information:
Ballantine Books, New York: 1981.

A Near Fine copy in illustrated paperback binding. In this second novel by the best-selling author of SEVEN ARROWS, Little Wolf, a follower of the Old Way, is the sole survivor of a village massacre. As he travels, his adventures mirror an inner search along the hidden pathways of the mind and heart. Estchimah is a female shaman. Her path to self-discovery leads through dazzling worlds of natural beauty, dream landscapes, and the borderlands where these spheres overlap. SONG OF HEYOEKHAH is a Vision Quest, a search for meaning, harmony, and balance that returns the reader to "the time of the Medicine Ways," "the place of imagination," and the very heart of human nature, in a compelling, unforgettable, and magical reading experience.


Edition: Later paperback printing
Book Id: 26701

Price: $65.00

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