Thunderwalker: The Place Between Worlds

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Dr. Annie Weston, a young ambitious anthropologist, journeys to Arizona in 1950 seeking a mysterious shaman named Thunderwalker.

Becoming lost in a strange world, she eventually finds Thunderwalker, and suspects he is not a reclusive shaman, but a powerful sorcerer.
Is he a friend...or foe? More

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  • Category: Fiction » Adventure » General
  • Words: 122,650
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781311745958
About Michael Schwaba

I was born in Chicago on a sunny day in September, one month premature according to my mother. I emerged in the dark wee hours of the morning and four days later I was welcomed into an Irish/Polish Catholic family. I must have slept through it; I don’t remember much of it. I was the fourth child, and in time there would be four more, years before I left home and hometown to go out in the world on my own.

My two earliest memories are: 1) lying on the floor, looking at an enormous pair of feet in front of me, and 2) Piano playing. My parents played; my mother’s parents played; my aunts and uncles played. I cannot recall many days when someone wasn’t playing the piano in our house. So, having a love of piano music, I eventually sat down one day and learned to play…the guitar.

I loved reading at an early age. It stimulated my imagination, and this inspired me to write.

Writing gives me purpose in life. It’s like looking in a mirror. “Oh! There you are! Thought I’d lost you…”

I love writing as much as I love reading. I love the excitement of "watching" the characters and feeling the flow of words when I am in the "zone." I love the tired ecstasy of reading something finished, and knowing that it is better written than my last piece. I have even (sometimes) come to love writing myself into a corner, when I don't know where else to go, which I do much more frequently than I used to, only now it is not as crippling as it used to be, though it is still as exasperating. I have proved to myself over time that some of my best writing is to be found in those corners if I will simply do one thing when I don't feel like writing. And that is write.


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Cynthia Kress reviewed on on June 22, 2014

I enjoyed this book so much that I immediately downloaded the second. Amazing that the author is not charging for them, for the first was definitely worth paying for! I have high hopes for the second.
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Peter Nicholas Farrell reviewed on on Feb. 8, 2014

I liked this book a lot, although I had misgivings at first. A good plot, good characters and a setting that is different. Looking forward to the rest of the series.
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