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Publisher's Summary

Purely by chance, renowned author Mary Summer Rain met No-Eyes, a blind Chippewa visionary who lives in a small, remote cabin in the Colorado mountains. Spirit Song the first volume in Summer Rain's No-Eyes tetralogy, introduces us to this remarkable, unforgettable woman. No-Eyes teaches her about many fascinating topics, including the history of the Chippewa people, the songs of the shaman, and the healing power of medicinal herbs. Set against a vivid, beautiful, natural backdrop, Spirit Song is both an informative guide to an intriguing culture, and a touching story of an unexpectedly rich teacher-student relationship. The No-Eyes tetralogy also includes Pheonix Rising, Dreamwalker, and Phantoms Afoot.
Copyright ©1985, 1993 by Mary Summer Rain; Recording (P)1997 by Alternative Audio
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By Dan B on 08-21-07

I love this book...but

I love this book, I have read it before, and wanted to get the audio version. I was appauled by the audio. Nancy Fish is a poor choice for a book based on native Americans. Her portrayal of No-Eyes sounded like an old New York Taxi driver, rather than an old medicine woman. It made this book VERY difficult to listen to.

I really wish this would be re-recorded with a more dynamic reader.

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By Ronda on 12-20-06

narration kills

The book itself may be alright, but I have to admit that I can't get in to it based on the narration. It sounds like someone reading to a 2 year old. Very breathy, whiny and overdramatic. You just can't overlook it and get in to the book.

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