A thrilling ride… To avoid passing on a mitochondrial genetic mutation to her second child that killed her first-born in the past, Claire Abram undergoes an illegal, experimental genetic procedure during her in-vitro fertilization. Before she could give birth…
Fun, accessible, and exceptionally crafted… Broome meticulously explains entire mythology and history of native Canadian trees in her user-friendly and fun-to-read debut. Brief and to the point, each rune depicts the significance of the salient tree within its physical environment while mirroring historical, cultural, ecological and mythical factors surrounding it. Broome dedicates individual chapters to each species, weaving together research, personal observations, and musings on both their spiritual importance to our lives and their place in folklore and history....
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