The Escapist's Guide to Out-of-Body Experiences is a straightforward, five-step manual that explains how to induce an OBE at will. The manual is supplemented with the history of out-of-body experiences, what modern science has to say about out-of-body experiences, and helpful techniques to make the episodes more enjoyable.
Rafael's devilish sister Mary has returned to the Nettlebush Indian Reservation after a year of absence and a failed stint in a rock band. But the reason behind Mary's triumphant homecoming is anything less than sororal: Mary has her sights set on Paul Looks Over, the man responsible for her father's death.
Eleven years ago a serial killer menaced the Nettlebush Indian Reservation. Rafael Gives Light is his son. A loner, Rafael relies on his startlingly overactive imagination to escape the distrust and vitriol of his peers.
In the summer of 2000 an exceptionally blond boy moves to Nettlebush. Rafael learns that the boy is his father's last living victim. The boy wants to be friends.
War Chief Wandering Spirit is charged with a horrible crime he didn't commit. Feared and hated, outcast and reviled, the River People become the most hunted animal in North America. Only one man has the power to clear their name--and he doesn't want to.
Based on the true story of the Frog Lake Massacre.
Wendy Rozas doesn't remember the car wreck that claimed her parents' and best friend's lives. Wendy doesn't understand why she still suffers crippling migraines months after brain surgery. Wendy doesn't know why her headaches coincide with strange, inexplicable accidents.
When Annika Straum is handed a violin and told to learn how to play, Annika knows she is about to die. In Dachau Concentration Camp, music means death. Paired with a green-eyed girl, a girl who makes her feel in ways she shouldn't, Annika has three months to practice for her first and last concert.
The Supreme Court ruling on Kelo v. New London changes the face of US property laws, plunging the reservation into an insidious tug-of-war between the Bureau of Land Management and the Plains Shoshone who have called the soil home for centuries. Their parents powerless, the law their enemy, Skylar and his friends are going to have to get creative if they want to keep what's left of their land.
Newly adjusted to life on the reservation, Skylar is ready to put the past behind him--but his future is tenuous at best. Skylar is still a ward of the state, and foster care can take him away from the reservation at a moment's notice. And when Skylar stumbles across his father's best-kept, twelve-year-old secret, not even Rafael can shield him from the fallout.
When Skylar's father mysteriously vanishes one summer afternoon, Skylar is placed in the temporary custody of his only remaining relative, an estranged grandmother living on an Indian reservation in the middle of arid Arizona.
Adapting to a brand new culture is the least of Skylar's qualms. Skylar's mother was murdered eleven years ago on the reservation. Her murderer left behind a son.