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    • 978-1-03-916568-7
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    • 5.0 x 8.0 inches
    • Black & White interior
    • 348 pages
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    • 5.0 x 8.0 inches
    • Black & White interior
    • 348 pages
  • Keywords
    • Native American mythology,
    • Bridge of the Gods,
    • Columbian River,
    • Early American history,
    • Cowlitz tribe legends,
    • Klickitat tribe legends,
    • brotherhood

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Bridge of the Gods
Omnibus Edition
by Fiona Wimber

A combined omnibus version of Fiona Wimber's local trilogy, the Bridge of the Gods series in its entirety. In the area now known as the Pacific Northwest, two brothers, Wyeast and Pahtoe, arrive in turmoil. Their father, the great god Sahale swears them to peace, but this is not destined to last. To survive, the pair must endure hardships unlike anything ever faced before or since with their only connection being their shared brotherhood and their faith. From the wrath of the great god Sahale, to great earthquakes that destroy the coast and fracture tribes, to a civil war and a forbidden love that threatens to tear the brothers apart, things will never be the same once the brothers arrive in the Pacific Northwest. Friendships will be tested, enemies will become friends and for one brother, their humanity will be lost forever. Meanwhile, a new threat looms on the horizon, a threat that comes from both east and west. With the brothers divided on strategy, their only hope lies in the Velchanos, an ancient power Sahale left behind to combat the darkest of the gods. But one thing is for sure, the tribe's home of the Pacific Northwest will never be the same again.

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Fiona Wimber is a born and raised native of the Pacific Northwest and a lover of the local area's history and culture. She holds a double BA in History and Political Science from Washington State University. She lives in Vancouver Washington with her husband and fellow author Spenser Lincoln.


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