The Raven's Gift

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$18.00  $16.74
Penguin Books Canada
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5.2 X 8.2 X 0.8 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author
DON REARDEN grew up on the tundra of southwestern Alaska. A screenwriter, poet, and novelist, his books include Never Quit and Warrior's Creed. Rearden now lives in the mountain community of Bear Valley, Alaska, and is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Writing at the University of Alaska in Anchorage.
"The Raven's Gift has a winning plot, characters we've never met before, and intriguing details of a world most of us will never venture to--creating a read that opens our eyes and finds the fault lines of a heart in one breathless sitting."
--Jodi Picoult, New York Times bestselling author of The Tenth Circle and My Sister's Keeper

"At first glance, The Raven's Gift might appear to be an epic thriller set in the ancient land of the Yup'ik tundra, but it goes much farther than that into the delicate frontiers of the human heart--the best book I've read this year."
--Craig Johnson, author of the Walt Longmire Mysteries

"An epic adventure, a work of mythical dimensions, never to be forgotten."
--Daniel Quinn, New York Times bestselling author of Ishmael and The Story of B

"A many layered Alaskan intrigue which is gritty and engaging and an absolutely good read ... all in a world, that Alaskan world--which I could believe."
--Ron Carlson, author The Speed of Light, Five Skies, News of the World, Plan B for the Middle Class, The Hotel Eden, and At the Jim Bridger

"Don Rearden's writing is captivating and new. This is a writer who has many books in him. I predict he will be widely read, well respected, and greatly admired."
--Jo-Ann Mapson, author of bestselling novels Bad Girl Creek, The Wilder Sisters, and Hank & Chloe

"Don Rearden is a masterful storyteller, and an artist of extraordinary talent and vision. Like all great books, The Raven's Gift transcends geography and culture; it provides a window into what it means to be human in an age when humanity is all too often pushed aside and those who live at the margins forsaken in the name of political expedience."
--Kris Farmen, author of Turn Again and The Devil's Share