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Full Circle Native American historical literary fictionA devastating introspective into Native American culture and ceremony, spirituality, humanity and society at large Revealing the causes and effects of colonialism and manifest destinyFull Circle is the untold story of the forgotten children of the Indigenous First Nations of North America Displaced, discarded, lost between two worlds after three hundred years of occupation The story of the halfbreed, the mix blood, the unacceptedJackson Themal is one of these lost children Raised in the foster care system away from his People, as a boy becoming a man he loathes what he is devolving into Surely there must be a better way Jackson will learn of his heritage, of the traditions, ceremonies and culture of the Ancestors whose ancient knowledge beat a cacophony in his veins With quiet desperation he seeks to belong, to live up to a gift he had no knowledge of given to him by a mother he never knew But what if there isn't anything left to return to? What if all that remains is a perversion of all that was? What effect will learning what he never wanted to know, about his People, about himself, have on this young man?As historical fact paints a dark and bloody fictional tale Jackson will come to understand Completing one circle while initiating another, his journey will end at the beginning and begin at the ending until what he becomes is what he has always been


10 thoughts on “Full Circle

  1. Michael Spisak Michael Spisak says:

    one of the best, if not the best, reviews of Full Circle, written by my friend Jim Cortez. To give you an idea of what you are getting into, should you dare to read Full Circle - The End of the Beginning


    THE PROMISED LAND

    For those of us who live on an Indian Reservation, in my case POW Camp # 322/Pine Ridge SD, the last


  2. Temple Temple says:

    I found this book to be of a critical nature, socially, spiritually, and morally. This is a view of our country, and people, that we all need to see. A view that has not been expressed in this way, with incredible symbolism, and skill. The force of Jackson's solution was one that drives home the depth of injustices done to the Native Americans. While the


  3. Michael Spisak Michael Spisak says:

    one of the best, if not the best, reviews of Full Circle, written by my friend Jim Cortez. To give you an idea of what you are getting into, should you dare to read Full Circle - The End of the Beginning

    THE PROMISED LAND

    For those of us who live on an Indian Reservation, in my case POW Camp # 322/Pine Ridge SD, the last thing any of us wa


  4. Namerah Namerah says:

    Full Circle was a very interesting read. It would be best to start reading this with an open mind. It has always seemed like historians left out a big gap when it comes to the Natives. So what happened to them? Did they die out or were they driven off to other lands, maybe they killed each other off as it is a common belief that they were wild savages. What people ne


  5. Deborah Blanchard Deborah Blanchard says:

    This book is very thought provoking , it will make you think! It took me a while to read it because I wanted to absorb all the material. A very well written , based on fact, that will make you cringe with horror at the treatment of Native Americans, now and in the past. It will bring you to tears at times. I loved learning about the Native culture and some of the rituals t


  6. Shauna Hartley-lynn Shauna Hartley-lynn says:

    This book was one of the most interesting and absorbing books that I have read in a long, long time. This is a book about a guy, Jackson, who is just trying to figure out who he is and where he came from. Through his spiritual journey with several American Indian groups, he meets many people and learns many thins. He participates in several rituals that go back to his ancestors


  7. Carl Carl says:

    Full Circle: The End of the Beginning is the best book I have read in a long time. The longest and perhaps the best introduction that I have read. Michael Hawk Spisak tells an amazing story of the young man Jackson's life and ritual experiences. He weaves into it pieces of Native American history and U.S. government policy of usurping this land and it's resources.
    This book is


  8. Jeanne Johnston Jeanne Johnston says:

    Socially important because they don't teach these things in school, but it's a bit hard to tell where the historical fact leaves off and the fiction begins. Not a happy or satisfying book in the end and a bit rough around the edges as far as editing, but worth reading. Don't look for any noble Indian stuff here because they seem to be a thing of the past. The Native Americans are now as bro


  9. Jules Jules says:

    I received this book from the author in exchange for a review.

    The author, Michael Hawk Spisak describes Full Circle: The End of the Beginning as a devastating introspective into Native American culture and ceremony, spirituality, humanity, and society at large. The story is told from the perspective of Jackson Thermal, a white/Native American mixed blood.

    In his acknowledg


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