A Dreaming Moon
by Tami Lynne
Hatebe was the center of her tribe, the child of a god and venerated as the one person that could speak on behalf of the ancestors of her land. But when a group of alien people come from across the ocean and invade the coastal lands of sixteenth century Costa Rica, Hatebe will learn that the path that one thinks they will take is not always the path that is meant for them.
Paying homage to the epic storytelling of Jean Auel and the poetic cadence of Paulo Coelho, A Dreaming Moon explores the sweeping jungles and tumbling plains of Costa Rica at the dawn of Spanish exploration through the eyes of a Brunka woman on the front lines the fight.
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Costa Rica Brunka Spanish colonization historical fiction Central America
Living in south Florida, Tami Lynne, a self-proclaimed "history geek" enjoys the great outdoors, looking for the next journey with her husband by her side. One of her great passions, traveling, led to her desire to write and share the awe she felt when experiencing the history and personality of new, eclectic locations. More than anything, she loves telling a story, and hopes to continue creating entertaining, inspiring novels.