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  1. says:

    After reading Bear Daughter for the second time I still feel it merits 5 stars It is no wonder that Terri Wendling the author and founder of the Endicott studio praised it so highly and put it on her Mythic Fiction list I was told it

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    Bear Daughter is uite obviously set among pre contact west coast natives Berman is an anthropologist specializing in west coast natives but I was a bit uneasy reading something so saturated in native folklore written by a white woman However at no point did I feel that she presumed although obviously I am not

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    Confusing as this book can sometimes bethe writing is strong and confidentlike bear daughter herselfmost of the time This mythological tale does not pretend to be an authentic retellingbut as an original fantasy it is nevertheless evocative of native tribal wayslong ago when the borders between worlds were fluidLike the original my

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    Bear Daughter is an inspiring Fantasy novel which follows a young bear cub turned girl named Cloud Now a human child Cloud must learn human manners and avoid the wrath of her mother's husband Rumble I did love the various character names and how they all tied in with the theme of natureAged thirteen and threatened with imminent death Cloud is chased from the home she came to know to seek a better life for herself elsewhere As she travels

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    This was a chance find I went to the library looking for books for the Fall Challenge at the Seasonal Reading Challenge Group and while I was browsing the fantasy books my eyes happened to fall on this one And what a stroke of good fortune that was I'll admit the book started a little slow by which I mean I spent the first half thinking it would be 4 stars instead of 5 Sometimes Cloud was hard to empathize with and sometimes her

  6. says:

    SPOILER ALERTThis is an AWESOME book I recommend it to everyoneespecially young women The lead character is given born to gifted with many skills friends and opportunities She does everything she can to deny what who and h

  7. says:

    One day a bear wakes up as a 12 year old girl and her life is changedCloud is the human Thrush's daughter but also Lord Stink's the bear king When she awakens as a girl Thrush's current husband Rumble ostracizes her and her Aunt Glory takes her into her own home and teaches her how to be human But when Rumble killed Lord Stink and Cloud's brothers he took on some of Lord Stink's power and that power is corrupting him a

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    I know this may be an odd thing to say but one of the things that I LOVED about this book is that it sort of read like a video game What do I mean by that? The way that you begin in one location learn and experience things there then move on to other locations When you come back to the original location you see it in a completely new way remembering how you pictured it when you first saw it but now see it through a mature lens That may mak

  9. says:

    This was an idiosyncratic book with a slow start and an ending that I'm not uite sure about but I wholly recommend it to fans of mythic fiction It's a beautiful evocation of the textures scents and daily rhythms o

  10. says:

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review Wow I simply couldn't put this book down I was very surprised to uickly learn

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A stunning new writer of mythological fantasy takes readers to a world of adventure discovery and transformation in her beautiful a. Bear Daughter is uite obviously set among pre contact west coast natives Berman is an anthropologist specializing in west coast natives but I was a bit uneasy reading something so saturated in native folklore written by a white woman However at no point did I feel that she presumed although obviously I am not an expert I was also reassured by reading the author s essay on her struggle not to appropriate It s a thoughtful essay and one which I recommendThat out of the way it was nice to read a story in which no white people appeared discluding the girl on the cover who could only look whiter if she were blonde The culture was treated as normal rather than a deviation from the norm and the author made the interesting choice which I decided I liked to use the less exotic word whenever one was available house instead of longhouse feast instead of potlatchThe story is long and comfortably inhabits the liminal space between the mundane and the spiritual Cloud the protagonist is at times self centered cowardly and sullen and yet remains likable somehow perhaps because of her loyalty to those she loves I liked that the culture s patriarchal tendencies were not white washed and that the class system s fundamental injustice was treated franklyRecommended for those who want an unconventional uest story and good writing Summary of Homo Deus of mythological fantasy takes readers to a world Koldbrann - parte 1: Rebeldes of adventure discovery and transformation in her beautiful a. Bear Daughter is uite The Teams Milking Cow obviously set among pre contact west coast natives Berman is an anthropologist specializing in west coast natives but I was a bit uneasy reading something so saturated in native folklore written by a white woman However at no point did I feel that she presumed although Via Suez (British): Blue Funnel Line (Merchant Navy Series Book 3) on her struggle not to appropriate It s a thoughtful essay and Zenith one which I recommendThat A Pale Light in the Black out Devil Versus Alpha The Millennium Wolves on the cover who could Spieserye only look whiter if she were blonde The culture was treated as normal rather than a deviation from the norm and the author made the interesting choice which I decided I liked to use the less exotic word whenever Feral one was available house instead Krismis van Map Jacobs of longhouse feast instead Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods of potlatchThe story is long and comfortably inhabits the liminal space between the mundane and the spiritual Cloud the protagonist is at times self centered cowardly and sullen and yet remains likable somehow perhaps because Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche of her loyalty to those she loves I liked that the culture s patriarchal tendencies were not white washed and that the class system s fundamental injustice was treated franklyRecommended for those who want an unconventional uest story and good writing

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Lling journey through both mortal and immortal worlds to mend her past face her fears and save all of the realms in which she tread. I know this may be an odd thing to say but one of the things that I LOVED about this book is that it sort of read like a video game What do I mean by that The way that you begin in one location learn and experience things there then move on to other locations When you come back to the original location you see it in a completely new way remembering how you pictured it when you first saw it but now see it through a mature lens That may make sense to no one but me but it was one of the things I loved about the book the character progresses opening up and exploring new areas