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By Don Coldsmith | Comments: ( 868 ) | Date: ( Feb 23, 2020 )

Don Coldsmith, voted one of the greatest western writers of the twentieth century by the Western Writers of America, single handedly revolutionized the Western novel with his acclaimed Spanish Bit Saga Set in the early sixteenth century, the Spanish Bit re creates a time, a place, and a people that have been nearly lost to history In it we see history through the eyes ofDon Coldsmith, voted one of the greatest western writers of the twentieth century by the Western Writers of America, single handedly revolutionized the Western novel with his acclaimed Spanish Bit Saga Set in the early sixteenth century, the Spanish Bit re creates a time, a place, and a people that have been nearly lost to history In it we see history through the eyes of those who lived it.The Elk Dog band has grown and prospered, yet still they cling to old traditions Eagle Woman, the unmarried daughter of a sub chief, is as skilled, as fearless, and as strong as most young men of the band Defying tradition, she applies for warrior status over the spirited objections of Long Walker, the handsome warrior who wants her for his wife But the he opposes Eagle Woman, the determined she becomes When a tragedy strikes her family, Eagle Woman sets out on a dangerous mission for vengeance against the treacherous Head Splitters And Long Walker rides with her straight into a trap.


  • Title: Daughter of the Eagle
  • Author: Don Coldsmith
  • ISBN: 9780812579703
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Don Coldsmith

Don Coldsmith was an American author of primarily Western fiction A past president of Western Writers of America, Coldsmith wrote than 40 books, as well as and hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles His Spanish Bit Saga, a series of related novels, helped to re define the Western novel by adopting the point of view of the Native Americans, rather than the European immigrants.



Comments Daughter of the Eagle

  • Werner

    Although it's self-contained enough to be read as a stand-alone, this is actually the sixth novel in Coldsmith's popular Spanish Bit Saga, a multi-generational epic of the history of the Plains Indians after their culture is transformed by the coming of the horse, focusing on a tribe that calls itself (as most of them did) simply "the People." (It's a fictional, composite tribe, but probably modeled most closely on the Cheyenne.) In terms of style and literary vision, it has a lot in common with [...]


  • Kim

    couldn't get into this book


  • sarg

    A squaw that wanted to join a Warrior band. Tries to prove herself and succeeds. But in the end returned to the traditional roll for the female Indian. An introduction preface indicates that this has happened numerous times. In many tribes the females were the most cruel.


  • Alicia

    Adrian handed me these books after telling me that this is his favorite series. I'm not too familiar with the western book genre, so I gave it a try. Already a bit biased after Adrian's praises, this book is just what I needed. It was a quick read with 2-3 page chapters; perfect for breaks in between wrangling a one year old. The epitome of what I'd call a light read: entertaining plot, nothing too thought provoking, and with a tidy little end. Looking forward to breezing through the rest of the [...]


  • Boots

    still overwritten by about 50 pages, but a much better plot than the last installment of this series. and despite being about a woman warrior, it was pretty realistic and not annoyingly proto-feminist. of course it ends predictably, which is kinda too bad, but you can't expect much from these, i suppose.


  • Partridge Public

    Coldsmith, Don


  • Timothy Boyd

    Very good "Western" story. It's actually not like your normal American Western tale. Lots of nicely developed characters and a nice continuing storyline. Recommended


  • TOTO from Kansas

    Can not wait to see what happens in the next book


  • Scott

    A different take on the normal Native American fiction books.


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