Author: Tanya Landman
Description: A young woman seeks to avenge her brother’s death by becoming an Apache warrior — and learns a startling truth about her own identity.
After watching helplessly as Mexican raiders brutally murder her little brother, fourteen-year-old Siki is filled with a desire for vengeance and chooses to turn away from a woman’s path to become a warrior of her Apache tribe. Though some men, like envious Keste, wish to see Siki fail, she passes test after test, and her skills grow under the guidance of her tribe’s greatest warrior, Golahka. But Keste begins to whisper about Siki’s father’s dishonorable death, and even as Siki earns her place among the warriors, she senses a dark secret in her past — one that will throw into doubt everything she knows. Taking readers on a sweeping and suspenseful journey through the nineteenth-century American Southwest, Tanya Landman draws on historical accounts to imagine the Black Mountain Apache as a tribe in a fight for survival against the devastating progress of nations.
“‘Prunes and prisms’ are my doom, I Am Apache and I may as well make up my mind to it.I Am Apache He was leaning on the car looking over in the direction of the ramp there at the police station.He had an I Am Apache oblong bundle of some kind resting upon his knees, over which his arms were folded.Sex, Economy, Freedom and Community. I Am ApacheThese contain no renaissance examples or specimens of sixteenth century craft in imposing semi-barbarous fronts on noble Gothic churches of earlier date, as I Am Apache in the works at Belloy, Luzarches, and Verteuil.And wavy, smoky I Am Apache fuscous then pale g.Very stately were the barges, very I Am Apache gay, too, with flags and the fine liveries of servants and very often people on the banks or in little boats near-by heard music sounding from their decks as they moved swiftly along.