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It is a time of fireplace. A small band of pioneers fight valiantly to maintain their ancestors' desires alive in an unforgiving, drought-stricken land. pushed through the promise of an grand imaginative and prescient, a heroic younger dreamer and a fearless lady warrior unite to steer their humans to an impressive destiny.

A towering epic choked with tragedy and triumph, braveness and clash, humans of the hearth is the second one compelling novel in an impressive saga of America's first peoples.

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