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Shaman: Number 2 in series

Noah Gordon

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

* A family saga of epic proportions, SHAMAN is the compassionate story of a nation in the making.

Robert Jeremy Cole, the legendary doctor and hero of THE PHYSICIAN, left an enduring legacy. From the eleventh century on, the eldest son in each generation of the Cole family has borne the same first name and middle initial and many of these men have followed the medical profession. A few have been blessed with their ancestor's diagnostic skill and the 'sixth sense' they call The Gift, the ability to know instinctively when death is impending.
The tragedy of Rob J.'s life is the deafness of his son, Robert Jefferson Cole, who is called Shaman by everyone who knows him. Shaman's life is difficult. First, he must learn to speak so that he can take his place in the hearing world, and then he must fight against the prejudices of a society where physical differences matter. As Shaman struggles to achieve his identity, the Coles, along with the rest of America, are drawn into the conflict between the North and the South.

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Praise for Shaman: Number 2 in series

  • 'What a book! It's a joy to read. Noah Gordon has given those of us who like good, strong, warm-hearted novels a wonderful gift. SHAMAN leaves you with that warm and satisfied feeling when you've finished.' Tony Hillerman

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Noah Gordon

Noah Gordon has worked in publishing, as a medical correspondent, and as science editor of the Boston Herald before becoming an author.