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All was not well in the lands of the Erie/Long Tails People, on the western shore of Lake Ontario and around Niagara Falls. Tucked between two growing unions, the mighty Great League and the newly formed alliance of the Wyandot to the north, the Long Tails tried to remain neutral, playing for time, doing little while earning no respect from their powerful neighbors on eithAll was not well in the lands of the Erie/Long Tails People, on the western shore of Lake Ontario and around Niagara Falls. Tucked between two growing unions, the mighty Great League and the newly formed alliance of the Wyandot to the north, the Long Tails tried to remain neutral, playing for time, doing little while earning no respect from their powerful neighbors on either side. However there were those whom such state of shameful neutrally hurt, even though Aingahon’s reasons for hating the Great League were personal, his desire to take the warpath originating in a thirst for revenge. Leading a serious faction of rebellious elements from his town and its surroundings, he was determined to make the enemies of his people pay; still he got nowhere, until Tsutahi, the mysterious girl from the woods, had crossed his path, changing his world in ways he could never have foreseen. Back in the lands of the Great League, the generation of younger leaders, Ganayeda and Okwaho – not to mention Ogteah, the newcomer facing new troubles and challenges – sensed the winds of change as well. The relationship between the Five Nations, conducted just like the Great Peacemaker’s legacy prescribed, wasn’t enough, not anymore. A closer cooperation between the nations might be needed, a mutual help and support, even if it came to sending reinforcements and fighting in wars that were not strictly theirs. The War Chief’s sons’ way of going about pushing their plans was as unconventional as it was forceful and decisive. To bend laws and customs was not the same as breaking them. Or so they thought, heading toward the inevitable clash with the notorious Long Tails from the west, a clash of proportions neither side could have foreseen or foretell....

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ISBN : 27016203
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Number of Pages : 445 Pages
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  • Manuel
    2018-12-03 04:21

    That was one epic ending to the series, or more the entire Peacemaker's Saga. From the creation of the Great League to it's taking the path that later on came to be reflected in the recorded history.Very interesting take on the history of the Great Lakes. Kudos to the writer...

  • Brenda Roberson
    2018-12-07 01:06

    If you enjoy tales about long ago Native Americans like I do, then THE WARPATH (People of the Longhouse Book 4) is the book you are looking for. It is a tale set on the western shore of the Great Sparkling Water (Lake Ontario) but will also take you to other beautiful areas not the least of which is the Thundering Water (Niagara Falls). It is the ending of the People of the Longhouse series. Full of suspense, history, romance and beautiful locations, you will marvel at the way the story is told. Is the Great League's Peace about to unravel and come apart? But how? And who is behind such a terrible thing? The ending will be a complete surprise.Sadly in this last book, I am saying goodbye to some characters that I have "watched" grow up, if only through words, and have become great people through trial after trial. With that being said let me say goodbye to Two Rivers, Tadodaho, Tekeni, Seketa, Onheda, Hainteroh, Kahontsi, Jikonsahseh, Hionhwatha, Sgenedu, Anitas, Anowara, Kentika, Ganayeda, Okwaho, Osweda, Iheks, Jideah, Migisso, Akweks, Ogteah, Gayeri, Aingahon, Tsutahi, Tauini, Anea, Akweks, Ohanda, Atuye, Teyada, Thenaintonto, Yakwe, Tsutare, Andauk and others. These are wonderful people and I will miss them dearly. I am of Tsalagi (Cherokee) descent and though they did not mention my blood heritage, I have read and loved all of these books starting with The Peacemaker series. Yet this last book in the People of the Longhouse series had the best ending that could have ever been written. It brought to an end a true and rich period of history. Zoe Saadia is brilliant in the research of the characters and creates two separate but yet linked series that will keep you reading well into the night. Each book can be read separately but do yourself a favor and read both series starting with The Peacemaker and continuing through the The Warpath to get the most out of these brilliantly written series'.

  • Caroline
    2018-11-12 08:21

    This book was the culmination of a historical fiction series by Zoe Saadia. When I begin one of her books I know that I am not going to want it to end. Her writing style, coupled with her extensive knowledge and research of the era, truly makes her books a must read. One becomes attached to the characters while living in the era the book was written. It devours your senses and makes it all seem real. Thank you again Zoe for another spectacular read.

  • Deborah McClatchey
    2018-11-19 05:15

    I have read all books in this wonderful series. The last book, The Warpath (People of the Longhouse Book 4) was excellent. I was lucky to get it as an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Full of suspense, history, romance, and beautiful descriptive locations, Author Zoe Saadia did a brilliant job of research and created fascinating and memorable characters. I don't give out spoilers, so will end with this is a must-read for readers interested in Native American history and culture.

  • Janet E.
    2018-11-28 04:55

    The Warpath (People of the Longhouse Book 4) by Zoe Saadia, brings us back to the lands of the Great League and the League's emerging leaders, young Ganayeda, Okwaho, and brash Ogteah, the newcomer. These young leaders realize that old relationship among the Five Nations must change, even if closer cooperation among nations could mean fighting in wars not strictly their own.The War Chief’s sons adopt unconventional means to make their point, forceful and decisive. From their point of view, bending laws and customs was not tantamount to breaking them.Or so they think, facing an inevitable clash with the notorious Long Tails from the west, a clash neither side sees coming . . .A wonderful series about Early America.

  • Martin
    2018-12-10 02:15

    I wish there were more books in this series!When I finished this one, I wished there were more books to follow. Such a saga!This time again,t he last novel was different, mainly martial, with much politics and warfare, more than in this author's usual books. Most fascinating. In the afterword the author states that the great battle this novel is based upon is an historical event, well documented. Interesting how they fought such large battles with such unorganized forces. I liked how the author held this aspect...The pair of renegades was most fascinating and their ending surprised me, I must admit. Wish to know what will come of these two next, especially the girl

  • William O'Brien
    2018-11-22 03:08

    The Warpath (People of the Longhouse Book 4) ...Zoe SaadiaI love this series and was really glad to see book 4, People of the Longhouse.After reading the others, I found this to be even more engaging by the wonderful details of Lake Ontario and around Niagara Falls and dynamic character creations.Tsutahi was my favourite character in the story.

  • Sandra Crow
    2018-11-12 01:09

    That was a dramatic end to the series! I wish there was more

  • Melanie
    2018-12-03 07:06

    A powerful ending!

  • Maria
    2018-11-28 07:21

    According to the author's afterword this one was grounded in solid historical account. Loved that!

  • Jen
    2018-11-16 03:06

    Loved it