Bringing the boy home
|Format:||Print Book 2008|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
"I've seen what the world does to the weak. It'll eat you alive."
Tirio was cast out of the Takunami tribe at a very young age because of his disabled foot. But an American woman named Sara adopted him, and his life has only gotten better since. Now, as his thirteenth birthday approaches, things are nearly perfect. So why is he having visions and hearing voices calling him back to the Amazon?
Luka has spent his whole life preparing for his soche seche tente, a sixth-sense test all Takunami boys must endure just before their thirteenth birthday. His family's future depends on whether or not he passes this perilous test. His mother has dedicated herself to making sure that no aspect of his training is overlooked . . . but fate has a way of disturbing even the most carefully laid plans.
Two young boys. An unforgiving jungle. One shared destiny.
Published ReviewsBooklist Review: "
Coming of age
Senses and sensation -- Fiction.
Extrasensory perception -- Fiction.
Indians of South America -- Amazon River Region -- Fiction.
Mothers and sons -- Fiction.
Rain forests -- Fiction.
Amazon River Region -- Fiction.
Miami (Fla.) -- Fiction.
|Publisher|| New York :HarperCollinsPublishers,2008
211 pages ; 22 cm
|ISBN||9780060886981 (trade bdg.)
0060886986 (trade bdg.)
9780060886998 (lib. bdg.)
0060886994 (lib. bdg.)