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Dreams of the Golden Eagle

By: John Graham Day
Narrated by: John Graham Day
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The modern literary epic Dreams of the Golden Eagle, a novel in metered rhyming narrative verse, is an action-packed Native American adventure that sounds more like a conventional novel than a traditional epic per se.

Rhyming narrative verse is the way that storytellers throughout the ages have recounted epic tales and heroic deeds to their eager and receptive audiences. Dreams of the Golden Eagle, a novel in rhyming narrative verse, is a must-listen for lovers of high Native American adventure who will enjoy its action-packed storylines and clarity of image.

Set immediately prior to the onset of the Indian Wars, this stirring Native American adventure involves a web of murder, mystery, intrigue, betrayal, love, hatred, and revenge as a far-sighted and fearless chief, in collaboration with the tribal totem, the Golden Eagle, strives to create an alliance between the warring tribes in a concerted effort to thwart the White invasion.

©2022 John Graham Day (P)2022 John Graham Day

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