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Killer of enemies. #1 / Joseph Bruchac.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at LARL/NWRL Consortium.
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Breckenridge Public Library Y BRU (Text) 33500012761508 Main Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781620141434
  • ISBN: 1620141434
  • ISBN: 9781620141441
  • ISBN: 1620141442
  • Physical Description: 361 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Tu Books, an imprint of Lee & Low Books, Inc., ©2013.

Content descriptions

General Note: MN American Indian literature.
Sequel: Trail of the dead.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (page 361).
Summary, etc.: "In a world that has barely survived an apocalypse that leaves it with pre-twentieth century technology, Lozen is a monster hunter for four tyrants who are holding her family hostage"-- Provided by publisher.
Language Note: Text in English.
Reviews

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2013 October #2
    In a future in the southwest of what used to be the U.S., one fearless, lethal, spiritual young woman must fight the evil of man and the anomalies of nature to rescue her family and start again. Seventeen-year-old Lozen, Apache Killer of Enemies, is employed by four evil tyrants in unstable alliance. Her job is to travel out from Haven, the former penitentiary that is now their shelter, and dispatch the Gemods (genetically modified animal monsters), bloodless zombies, and other threats to the compound. Skilled in hand-to-hand combat, armed to the hilt, and blessed with extrasensory and spiritual gifts, Lozen could easily escape, but the four Ones and their soldiers are keeping her family prisoners. Episodic high-octane chapters alternate between Lozen's battles in the wilderness and the sinister intrigue in Haven. Though the imaginative dystopian mythology is thick and occasionally heavy, the brisk pace and nonstop action keeps things moving. This original addition to the dystopian genre ends with the open-ended promise of more to come. Copyright 2013 Booklist Reviews.

Subject: Genetic engineering > Juvenile fiction.
Survival > Juvenile fiction.
Extrasensory perception > Juvenile fiction.
Hostages > Juvenile fiction.
Chiricahua Indians > Juvenile fiction.
Indians of North America > Southwest, New > Juvenile fiction.
Southwest, New > Juvenile fiction.
Genetic engineering > Fiction.
Hunting > Fiction.
Survival > Fiction.
Extrasensory perception > Fiction.
Hostages > Fiction.
Chiricahua Indians > Fiction.
Indians of North America > Southwest, New > Fiction.
Southwest, New > Fiction.
Science fiction.
Chiricahua Indians.
Extrasensory perception.
Genetic engineering.
Hostages.
Indians of North America.
Survival.
Southwest, New.
Genetic engineering > Fiction.
Hunting > Fiction.
Survivalism > Fiction.
Extrasensory perception > Fiction.
Hostages > Fiction.
Chiricahua Indians > Fiction.
Native Americans > Southwestern States > Fiction.
Science fiction.
Southwestern States > Fiction.
Genre: Young adult fiction.
Hunting stories > Juvenile.
Science fiction > Juvenile.
Adventure stories > Juvenile.
Fantasy fiction > Juvenile.
Science fiction > Young adult.
Science fiction.
Young adult works
Fiction.
Juvenile works.
Dystopias.
Science fiction.

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