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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:291
  • eBook ISBN:9781623095703

The Nest

A Journey

by James H. Teague

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Overview
How does one handle a small Lakota Sioux boy ascend to the become the reborn Lakota God of the Wind to save his people and their Ways? Very carefully unless you are his Spiritual parents: The Great Spirit and Earth Mother. His brother and reunited father are his partners against the Techno North American Food Nest with its Prime Signet as she attempts to get rid of him as his godly powers continue to increase. The scene is set and Taa'te makes many mistakes and misjudgments along his path, but his journey is now underway to become the Final Creator of the Twelth Universe.
Description
This epic novel begins with a small Lakota Sioux child grows into the reborn God of the Wind by his Spiritual parents, the Great Spirit and Earth Mother to save his people and their Ways against the Techno-North American Next and its Prime Signet and the other global Continental Nests rivalries. He destroys the Nest and Taa'te learns through his difficulties controling his new powers until he restores the North American Nest along with its changed Prime Signet. He then is sent to solve a conundrum trhreatening to destroy the Benevolent Serpentine Dragons of the Orient and the people in a bitter struggle of survival with only the godly powers of air, water, earth and fire which he slowly earns back. The is conundrm solved and the Benevolent Dragons and the people are re-united. He then awakes in a mystical fantasic world and battles against the Evil One from the First Beginning Universe in a final Battle to create the final Twelth Universe and become the Great Spirit himself and the end to His journey.
About the author
I grew up curious about Nature and the remaining Native Americans as a 3rd generation Californian in a small town and from a Pioneering family in the citrus industry in Southern California. Many of my family were rear by Native American house servants as part of this family with my other foot in the stars reading the pulp sci-fi magazines and tales of space with its projections of the adventures of the future. Then I went off to college and varied careers in the automotive supply, business management, finance, medicine, education at the University, live theater in Europe, and then back into public education down into the Third grade. I finally retired on the third try and began recounting my diverse experiences and knowledge into writing. I was encouraged to do more, so I did and found my friends encouraging me to publish and share to the larger audiences. I hope you are entertained with my first novel and its labor coming into existance over the past three years and enjoy it.
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