Nagodzaa

Nagodzaa : A Warrior's Elegy

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Lt. Willard Riley: A soldier and faithful servant of his country, Riley is tasked with keeping the peace in the troubled Arizona Territory. At the head of Troop B of the Tenth U.S. cavalry, Riley and his buffalo soldiers seek to protect the settlers from the dreaded Apache. When news arrives that a group of Apaches has made a violent departure from the reservation, Riley and Troop B set out to round up the renegades, pitting themselves against a foe who has been described as 'the tigers of the human species'. Ka'edine: A war chief, and proud defender of his people, Ka'edine has seen the way of life he knew as a boy undergo massive change. Peace has been made with the Americans, but that peace means little when a man's wife and children are starving. Leary of breaking the peace but seeing no other alternative, Ka'edine and several companions turn to the methods of their forefathers and set out on a raid. A raid that will surely draw the ire of the horse soldiers. Two men brought into conflict by circumstances beyond their control. A soldier trained in warfare by the institutions of the old world, and a warrior who maintains the ancient traditions of the new. The civilized man and the savage, caught up in a battle which has raged since time immemorial, and is destined to continue until Nagodzaa, the end of time."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 434 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 24.89mm | 730.28g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508604703
  • 9781508604709

About MR Arley L Dial

Arley Dial was born in 1977 in Albuquerque N.M. He was raised on the dusty plains of central New Mexico until age ten when his family relocated to the mountains of eastern Arizona. Having lived most of his life in the southwest, Arley feels a deep connection with the land he calls home and the people who make it what it is. Though he now resides in Florida, he still misses his beloved west (mostly through a deep longing for fresh roasted green chile). Arley has never been successfully domesticated.show more

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