New novel depicts a tender local American’s fight for religion, family
“Shaman: Devil’s Deal” via Clay Hurtubise is a coming-of-age tale set in a global threatened through adversarial cultures and the passage of time
WESTBROOK, Maine – “Shaman: Devil's Deal” (ISBN 0984119019) by means of Clay Hurtubise deals an intimate examine the kinfolk, upbringing and transformational demanding situations that outlined the lifetime of a Shaman.
Born and raised on a reservation, a tender local American boy learns the methods of his grandfather – a Shaman who may connect to unseen forces. yet his satisfied youth is quickly interrupted through the scoop that his humans might be relocated, compelled off the land that sustained them and that held the is still of his great-grandfather. because the boy grows into manhood, new demanding situations current themselves within the kind of enemies to his humans and their lifestyle. As he battles to protect what he loves, he involves comprehend the real which means of existence and family.
“The tale follows a tender guy in a tumultuous time,” Hurtubise says. “His relatives is confronted with dislocation and needs to commence a brand new lifestyles in an odd land. it's the remembrance and use of conventional values and techniques that aid him and his non-traditional family members survive.”
The ebook is meant to provide a clean viewpoint at the lives and households of local americans and the demanding situations confronted through many tribes. The ebook additionally positive factors specific descriptions of spiritual ceremonies, non secular communique and strong supernatural forces. the belief for the tale got here to Hurtubise in a shiny dream that exposed the plot and characters intimately.
“Shaman: Devil's Deal” is accessible on the market on-line at Amazon.com and different channels.
About the Author
Clay Hurtubise grew up in Maine, went to school in Wyoming, lived in New Hampshire after which again to Maine the place he's at the moment a pharmacist. Hurtubise’s grandmother, a nurse, born within the overdue 1800s, usually pointed out that she believed herself to be half local American, originating from a northern Maine tribe. Now settled – in the interim – in Maine, Clay has again to his ardour for writing. by no means puzzled, he placed those down on paper.