Book Review: Dream Walker by Larry Prosor

Dream Walker by Larry Prosor

I thought I had read just about every kind of story imaginable. Dream Walker by Larry Prosor proved me wrong.

I don’t normally review fiction because it is so difficult to do so without spoilers.

I just need to tell you that this book is like no other I have ever read. It provides a look at how our Native American ancestors lived in the past and what challenges they went through.

Prosor did an excellent job at weaving a story in such a way that the reader learns a lot about Native American culture while reading a truly fascinating and mind opening tale.

We give Dream Walker all five stars. We would love to read more by this author. He proves that a very well-written story can stand on its own without graphic romance scenes or lots of vulgar words. There is only one profane word in the book.

Even though this book is not written to be a Christian novel, Dream Walker is one that we can wholeheartedly recommend.

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Book Review: Warriors in Mr. Lincoln’s Army: Native American Soldiers Who Fought in the Civil War by Quita V. Shier

Warriors in Mr. Lincoln’s Army: Native American Soldiers Who Fought in the Civil War by Quita V. Shier

By now you have seen many books that would be a great addition to your genealogy library. You may be thinking, “Where am I going to put another one?” Warriors in Mr. Lincoln’s Army: Native American Soldiers Who Fought in the Civil War by Quita V. Shier is one of those books you will be glad you made room for on your shelf.

This book is very well-researched. It is broken down by each individual who served in Company K. The author provides as much information on each person’s life story as could be found.

The great thing about Warriors in Mr. Lincoln’s Army is that you could read it from cover to cover and love it. You could also just flip to a particular person’s story and find out all there is to know about that person.

Along the way, you will also learn about the conditions at hospitals, prisons, and on the field.

If you are at all interested in the War for Southern Independence, you will want to add Warriors in Mr. Lincoln’s Army to your “To be read” list.

We give this book all five stars. It is very well-written and extremely well-researched.

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We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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