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Sunday, September 5, 2010
Review - Finding Home by Jude Mason
Title: Finding Home
Author: Jude Mason
Publisher: Phaze Books
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Rating: Need To Read
Reviewed by: Lupa
Handsome, blond, Jacob Cob was on a hunting trip that takes him beyond anything he could have imagined. While tracking an animal, he steps into what he believes is the mouth of a cave only to wake up a thousand years in the past.
Taken in by a native band, a young warrior offers him shelter and friendship. Jacob begins to learn the ways of the band, and soon finds himself falling for Tsaskwana, or Bird Song, a lovely native woman. Still he searches for a way home. Every spare moment he has, he wanders the forest, trying to find that cave, to no avail.
Will his white man ways ruin his chance at happiness? Will Bird Song win his heart? Will he accept this new home and these people as his?
Time travel and Indians what could go wrong with that combination.
Jacob Cob is a modern day hunter who wanders into the past while out on a hunt and he finds more than he expected when he stumbles upon a tribe of Indians deep in the forest. How will he handle the loss of his modern conveniences like his cell phone? And How will he acclimate to the simpler life of the tribe?
Songbird is a maiden of the village. She is strong and beautiful and gets more than she expects when she meets the stranger Jacob.
The story begins with a very detailed description of tracking deer and that detail continues throughout the story. Although the tribe of Indians is not specified there is a good smattering of a natve language throughout the story as Jacob quickly learns to live the life of the natives around him.
The erotic scenes of the story are well written and descriptive without being vulgar, lending to the overall theme of a gentler, if more challenging way of life.
I greatly enjoyed this story. Jude Mason has created an enchanting world in Finding Home. He has perfectly captured the troubles of being trapped in tow worlds, something that many mixed blood Indians like myself struggle with everyday.