"Greg Tobin's PRAIRIE is a truly stunning achievement."
--Norman Zollinger, Author of Riders to Cibola
ANCIENT FOES IN A WAR WITHOUT VICTORS
For centuries, the Crane band roamed the endless prairie, battling their ancestral enemies, the Red Horn people. Then a warrior's vision reveals a chilling prophecy: All tribes will be crushed by a vast army of pale devils. . . .
DEFIANT PEOPLE IN A FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL
Three hundred years later, French fur trappers invade the land. In the slaughter that ensues, only one white man survives, a missionary who forsakes his god and country to marry a Crane woman and adopt her people's ways. But the battle will rage on. . . .
THE LAST OF THE CRANES IN A CLASH WITH DESTINY
As American soldiers establish authority over the land, bending Indian will to the white man's ways, a young, would-be shaman is the only Crane who remains. A visionary, a fighter, a man of infinite sorrow, he alone carries the fierce secrets and enduring faith of a proud people. And he will never forget.