Books tagged: maori culture

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The Tapu Garden of Eden
By Robert Philip Bolton
You set the price! Words: 28,560. Language: English (New Zealand dialect). Published: October 31, 2011. Category: Fiction
Like 'The Whalerider', with which it has been favourably compared, this is a simple but compelling story from New Zealand with mystical qualities from a Maori cultural perspective. Fast paced and timeless, it joins generations, cultures and worlds in a spine-tingling, enriching story of community, love, people, pets and the natural world and leaves the reader feeling better for having read it.
Only a Hut in the Mountains
By Barry Brailsford
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 51,110. Language: English. Published: July 9, 2012. Category: Fiction
This book is about remembering who we truly are. It is bound in universal truths that never die, old truths that still retain their power. Discover the ‘old sciences’ that our ancient ancestors called ‘wisdom’, the profound knowledge they called ‘sacred lore’ and an intuitive dimension of life that they named the ‘knowing’. All have stood the test of time and the ravaging tides of the ages.
Moments of Unconsciousness
By Jason Te Puia
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 1,210. Language: English. Published: August 2, 2012. Category: Fiction
Moments of Unconsciousness It is with much love & pain that these poems have been brought to life. I never set out to write them. They were written in those “Moments of Unconsciousness” in which words would come together to amplify some point in my life that I had reached. I hope that you enjoyed reading my poems. Jason Te Puia
Redeeming Brother Murrihy: The River To Hiruharama
By Antony Millen
Price: $7.79 USD. Words: 86,450. Language: English. Published: May 29, 2013. Category: Fiction
Conrad Murrihy's mother is dying and she has one final wish: to see her eldest son Francis who has not contacted home in two years. Conrad embarks on an intensely personal journey, leaving his beloved Canada for distant, exotically spiritual New Zealand to bring his brother home. However, his encounters with the people, places and spirits of New Zealand force him to confront deeper family issues.