Screaming Hawk Returns
Flying Eagle Teaches the Mystic Paths
New insights into the link between Christian and Native American truths
In Patton Boyle's first novel, "Screaming Hawk", the author offered a brilliant depiction of the spiritual initiation of a white Christian into the Native American tradition under the tutelage of the medicine man Flying Eagle. This stirring sequel reunites the seeker and his teacher in a book reminiscent of both Richard Bach's Illusions and the magic realism of Carlos Castaneda. Among Screaming Hawk's new discoveries are the quirky sense of humor shared by his mentor and the Spirit, and the consequent need to "laugh with God" to achieve a deeper understanding. For reader and protagonist alike, the book is a unique journey into the ways of the spirit, the true nature of reality, and the paths to continued spiritual growth.
136 pp — ©1996