America Túwaqachi: The Saga of an American Family

By P.J. Parker

Historical fiction | Paperback, eBook


With words and thoughts garnered from rock, tree, song, and wampum, diary, manuscript, and memory, follow one family's journey through 18,000 years of civilization, adventure and the creation of the United States of America. Trickster Coyote, in any of his many guises, may or may not let the revelation of truth come our way. The formation of this planet. The separating waltz of the continents. The construction and destruction of the first lands, or worlds. And the eventual creation by beaver or beetle or muskrat, or perhaps tectonic movement, of that which would one day be named America. These stories have been told and retold with the certainty of the spider hole woven into the center of any well-made blanket. Yet likewise with the agreed-upon uncertainty of which direction the wind blows above the valiant warrior’s lodge. The legend of America and our family begins.


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With words and thoughts garnered from rock, tree, song, and wampum, diary, manuscript, and memory, follow one family's journey through 18,000 years of civilization, adventure and the creation of the United States of America. Trickster Coyote, in any of his many guises, may or may not let the revelation of truth come our way. The formation of this planet. The separating waltz of the continents. The construction and destruction of the first lands, or worlds. And the eventual creation by beaver or beetle or muskrat, or perhaps tectonic movement, of that which would one day be named America. These stories have been told and retold with the certainty of the spider hole woven into the center of any well-made blanket. Yet likewise with the agreed-upon uncertainty of which direction the wind bl...


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P.J. Parker was born and raised in rural Australia. With a Bachelor of Science Architecture Degree from the University of New South Wales he has travelled and lived extensively around the world—intrigued by cultures of historic interest and buildings of architectural significance. An avid reader and researcher, P.J.’s writing is undertaken with a passionate and exacting degree of attention to detail. Roxelana and Suleyman was P.J.’s debut novel and was quickly followed up by the internationally acclaimed Fire on the Water: A Companion to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. P.J.’s novels have been proclaimed as “Masterful”, “Unforgettable.”


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P.J. Parker was born and raised in rural Australia. With a Bachelor of Science Architecture Degree from the University of New South Wales he has travelled and lived extensively around the world—intrigued by cultures of historic interest and buildings of architectural significance. An avid reader and researcher, P.J.’s writing is undertaken with a passionate and exacting degree of attention to deta...


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