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by | Read by Norman Dietz

Fiction • 10 hrs. 45 min. • Unabridged • © 1991

In this fascinating coming-of-age portrait, Thomas Black Bull's journey from the child, Bear's Brother, to the fearsome rodeo rider, Killer Tom Black, is painted with compassion and insight. Forced to learn the White Man's ways, Tom reaches adulthood consumed by rage. Read with great vigor by Norman Dietz, the recording bursts with the energy of rodeo circuit and transports the listener to the southwest. The accurate portrayal of Tom's Ute ancestry and way of life, the sorrow and frustration of losing his heritage, and his angry retaliation at the world make this an excellent listening choice for adults and teenagers. It would also be a wonderful addition to high school units on the Native American experience. S.G. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: NOV 92]



Book pak • Recorded Books •

CS ISBN 1556905599 $59.00 • Eight cassettes cassettes

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