Old Blood's Fate

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
When Jack Clausen shows mercy to a dying coyote, a Native American spirit approves from the shadows. The Great Coyote is about to change Jack forever, for the time has come to awake the Dreamer, while the Spirit Council watches and some plan to betray him.

Unbeknownst to Jack, he must rejoin with that part of himself that walks as the Nightmare, who is protected by an ancient witch. More

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Words: 75,740
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301804948
About Michael Merriam

Michael Merriam is an author of speculative fiction living in Hopkins, MN. His first novel, Last Car to Annwn Station, was named a "Top Book in 2011" by Readings in Lesbian & Bisexual Women's Fiction. He has also published two story collections, three single-title novellas, and 80+ pieces of short fiction. His novella, Should We Drown in Feathered Sleep, was long-listed for the Nebula Award in 2010.

Like most writers, Michael has worked a variety of odd jobs over the years, including as a musician, short order cook, spoken-word performer, and the booking agent for a puppet troupe. Also a working actor and storyteller, Michael has appeared in the Minnesota Fringe Festival and the Tellebration! Storytelling Festival.

Michael is the convention liaison for the Minnesota Speculative Fiction Writers, and is a member of the Artists with Disabilities Alliance, the Outer Alliance, the Steampunk Artists and Writers Guild, and Story Arts of Minnesota.


Review by: Jeanne M. Haskin on March 04, 2013 :
This new release by author Michael Merriam is intricately and expertly woven, compelling and character-driven. As a story that entwines Native American myth with the lives of extraordinary mortals, the plot leaves nothing less at stake than the fate of human reality--not to mention human existence.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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