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Haida Gwaii      Download this Full Story
By J. O. Quantaman
Sunday, April 12, 2015

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Life in a village that doesn't have the latest high-tech gadgets.

Raven Rocksong lulls in repose till sunlight tickles her face. Eyelashes open; the glare overloads her retinas. She bolts upright, kicks blankets aside and touches cold cedar floorboards. Goose bumps appear on bare skin... READ ON, OPEN PDF.

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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/13/2015
Your writing is fascinating and your knowledge of Northwest Pacific Indian lore is very instructional. I did catch some strange anomalies like the computers in 2076 being very similar to computers in 2015 as well as some other so-called technology that seems to be very similar to our time rather than that future time. For example, the game that Edgar and Raven plays seems to be more of the 20th century rather than the 21st.

I didn't know that the Pacific Northwest had such a rich fauna and flora for hunting and gathering as you describe. It reads like a Garden of Eden. And I would agree that the old ways, practiced for thousands of years, will probably outlive the new that are constantly changing.

Finally, this didn't appear to be a short story, but rather a chapter from a book.

Ron


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