Given Names

Given Names Travel the End Trails paths into hidden places taking you towards the unknown and from which return is far from certain Tales of things not believed from the comfort and safety of civilisation and on

  • Title: Given Names
  • Author: Andrew Leon Hudson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Travel the End Trails paths into hidden places, taking you towards the unknown and from which return is far from certain Tales of things not believed from the comfort and safety of civilisation and only whispered about on the distant fringes of exploration, all waiting in the wilderness In Given Names , a Native American boy comes of age only to have the future he imaTravel the End Trails paths into hidden places, taking you towards the unknown and from which return is far from certain Tales of things not believed from the comfort and safety of civilisation and only whispered about on the distant fringes of exploration, all waiting in the wilderness In Given Names, a Native American boy comes of age only to have the future he imagined snatched horribly away, leaving only doubt No one knows to what destination the path through life will lead but one thing is for sure you won t be the same person when you get there The End Trails are stories to be told around the camp fire, dark things to unsettle the mind, before you settle down to sleep.

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    1. This novella is a well written account, from a young boy’s point-of-view, of his life as a member of his tribal community. No mention of his parents is ever given, so I assumed he was an orphan adopted by the whole tribe. His name is Circling Bird, which could be construed a few different ways, since we don’t really know him yet I assume it refers to a hawk or eagle. He and three of his friends have been chosen to follow along on their first hunt. They are excited, they have been training fo [...]

    2. I really liked this story. A heartfelt tale about a boy who witnesses the death of his two best friends. No fault of the author, I didn't like where the story ended (thus, the four stars), but Three Spirits' story says something about human frailty and how quickly lives can be shattered.The story is set in the American west and follows an unnamed Native American tribe as they try to find a new home after a devastating event. I thought the author did a great job of capturing the spirit of a cultu [...]

    3. EntrancingOnce again, Andrew Leon Hudson has brilliantly crafted a tale of stunning imagery and haunting emotion. As if a Native American or tribesman himself, this story of loss is also one of finding one's true self. Mystical yet somehow natural. Hudson touches on the journey of the soul of man by casting the reader into a past most are only familiar with due to history books, but does so in such a unique way as to make it instantly relatable. Brilliant. Of Hudson's work, this is by far my fav [...]

    4. I'm not familiar with the Weird West books so I read this set of two linked short stories as stand-alone. I loved them. Richly described, wonderfully evocative, pulled my heartstrings. Highly recommended.

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