My Sister the Moon

Volume Two of the Ivory Carver Trilogy

by Sue Harrison

An abused and unwanted daughter of the First Men tribe, young Kiin knows the harsh realities of life in a frozen land at the top of the world. In an age of ice nine millennia past, her destiny is tied to the brave sons of orphaned Chagak and her chieftain mate Kayugh–one to whom Kiin is promised, the other for whom she yearns.

But the evil that her own family spawned drags the tormented young woman far from her people–where savage cruelties, love and fate will strengthen and change her…and give her the courage to fight for the future of her own helpless progeny.

Reviews

“AN EXTRAORDNARY NEW VOICE”

Denver Rocky Mountain News

“MS. HARRISON EXPERTLY FRAMES DRAMATIC EVENTS WITH DEPICTIONS OF PREHISTORIC LIFE IN THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS.”

The New York Times Book Review

“UNIQUE AND LOVELY…Educational as history, exciting as fiction”

Wichita Falls Times Record News

“SPELLBINDING FROM BEGINNING TO END…Sue Harrison has woven a fascinating story of what life might truly have been like for those hardy people of so long ago… She brings to life characters that speak to our modem hearts over the centuries.”

Rochester Post-Bulletin

“ENGROSSING, DRAMATIC ADVENTURE… AN EMOTIONALLY COMPELLING CONCLUSION TO A MONUMENTAL SAGA.”

Publishers Weekly

“A REMARKABLE STORYTELLER”

Detroit News

“FACINATING…A PAGE-TURNER…IT DRAWS US IN AND HOLDS US”

Milwaukee Journal

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