8 edition of Shaman pass found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3560.O539 S48 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 274 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||2002042624|
The shaman can act normally while his spirit guide concentrates on the spell. If the shaman casts another spell that requires concentration, then the first spell effect ends and the second spell begins. The shaman can choose the spirit guide to concentrate on any subsequent spells cast. A spirit guide can concentrate on only one spell at a time. Shaman Pass - Soho Press | Bold Literary Voices | Award-Winning International Crime Fiction | Groundbreaking Young Adult Fiction State Trooper Nathan Active was born in the Inupiat village of Chukchi, where he is now stationed, but he was adopted and raised in Anchorage.
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Shaman Pass (eBook): Jones, Stanton L.: Nathan Active is regarded as 'half white' by Alaskans. He is a state trooper, adopted and raised in Anchorage, but now serving a tour of duty in Chukchi, the village of his birth, where he is called upon to investigate the murder of an Inupiat tribal leader. The victim was killed with an antique ivory and wood harpoon returned to the community by the. Shaman is a novel by Kim Stanley during the Ice Age, it tells the story of a trainee shaman, from a tribe of European early modern humans, who must learn the skills to survive and to aid his people.. Synopsis. The novel begins with Loon, a boy from a tribe of Ice Age humans who call themselves the Wolf Pack, being stripped naked and sent into a lonely valley where he is Author: Kim Stanley Robinson.
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"Shaman Pass" is the second Nathan Active mystery I've read and the second of Stan Jones's six books about the Alaska state trooper solving crimes and trying to find his place in the Arctic. Just as in the first book -- "White Sky, Black Ice" -- the best thing about "Shaman Pass" is the intimate view of Inupiat culture and traditions combined /5(49).
This book turned out to be a delightful surprise. Stan Jones evidently knows a lot about Inupiat (Eskimo) culture and puts it to good use in Shaman Pass, in which Alaska State Trooper Nathan Active -- himself an Inupiat raised by Whites -- must solve a case in which the mummy of a shaman who died a hundred years ago is stolen and an old man is murdered with a harpoon belonging to the mummy/5.
Shaman Pass: A Nathan Active Mystery (Nathan Active Mysteries Book 2) - Kindle edition by Jones, Stan. Download Shaman pass book once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Shaman Pass: A Nathan Active Mystery (Nathan Active Mysteries Book 2)/5(48).
Shaman Pass is the second book of this series. I read it first and immediately picked up the first one, White Sky, Black populates his town of Chukchi with memorable characters, and peppers the dialogue with words from the native language.5/5(5).
Praise for Shaman Pass “In a robust sequel to White Sky, Black Ice, this Alaska state trooper is still burdened by his urban upbringing and his aversion to ice and snow Active maintains his awe of the vast Alaskan tundra, a forbidding region that Jones renders in all its bone-chilling beauty.” —The New York Times Book Review/5(7).
During the course of the book "Shaman Pass," by Anchorage writer Stan Jones, Active is taken on a journey of discovery that includes a lesson about the murder of an ancient Iñupiaq known as Natchiq, a character loosely based on the true-life Iñupiaq prophet Maniilaq who lived in the mid s.
About Shaman Pass “In a robust sequel to White Sky, Black Ice, this Alaska state trooper is still burdened by his urban upbringing and his aversion to ice and snow Active maintains his awe of the vast Alaskan tundra, a forbidding region that Jones renders in all its bone-chilling beauty.” —The New York Times Book Review.
Shaman Pass A Nathan Active Mystery (Book): Jones, Stan: A Murder With A Motive Steeped In Inupiat TraditionNathan Active is regarded as "half white" by Alaskans. He is a state trooper, adopted and raised in Anchorage, but now serving a tour of duty in Chukchi, the village of his birth, where he is called upon to investigate the murder of an Inupiat tribal leader.
Shaman is the story of Loon, a young man who comes of age thirty-two thousand years ago, in the paleolithic era. At the beginning of the book, he is stripped naked, pushed out into the rain and told not to come back for two weeks/5. Read "Shaman Pass" by Stan Jones available from Rakuten Kobo.
Alaska State Trooper Nathan Active is regarded as “half-white” by the Inupiats of the village where he is stationed.
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Shaman Pass: a Nathan Active mystery. [Stan Jones] -- State trooper Nathan Active is a native born Inupiat, who was raised in another culture. He is now called to investigate on the death of a tribal leader, who was stabbed to death fishing at an ice.
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Praise for Shaman Pass "In a robust sequel to White Sky, Black Ice, this Alaska state trooper is still burdened by his urban upbringing and his aversion to ice and snowActive maintains his awe of the vast Alaskan tundra, a forbidding region that Jones renders in all its bone-chilling beauty."--The New York Times Book Review "Jones captures in precise detail the starkly individual /5(32).
"It's just not safe out there," says a veteran cop colleaguefair warning, however understated. "Out there" is the snow and ice of basically inaccessible northern Alaska, plus a dangerous man that Alaska State Trooper Nathan Active is tracking. Nathan (White Sky, Black Ice, ), still regarded as an interloper in Chuckchi, where he's been stationed for the past two years, has begun to.
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Guidebook blending experiences of shamanic teacher with transformational exercises and rituals designed to bring shamanism into the 21st century.
A shaman is someone who reminds us of the rhythm of life that is dancing inside us and invites us to follow it, who shows us how we can dream a better world into being.
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