Honor's Journey is an exciting adventure story for boys and girls ages 9-12+!
"Yes, there is plenty of suspense here—and yes, some pretty shocking surprises. But I most admired the strange and intriguing world of the past that DB Ayers unfolds before our eyes. A terrific read!" - R.L. Stine, author of the Goosebumps and Fear Street series
“Honor's Journey is a story with both heart and adventure that offers readers a glimpse into new old worlds.” - Vicki Berger Irwin, owner, Main Street Books, St. Charles, MO, and author, Scooby-Doo and You! Collect the Clues Mysteries
“Honor’s Journey is an adventure that will entertain the young reader as well as provide the opportunity to begin to understand Native American culture." - Cathy Finley, Rockwood School District, Partners in Education Facilitator, St. Louis County, Missouri
About Honor's Journey
Winter Hawk and his sister Winter Fox are the twin son and daughter of the chief of the Osakiwaug, the People of the Yellow Earth. It is the early 1700s in an area that now covers Wisconsin, Minnesota, and South Dakota. At this time, the use of horses is spreading throughout the region due to trading with southwestern tribes, who obtain horses from the Spanish.
Honor's Journey is the story of the love Hawk and Fox have for the only two horses, Swift and Honor, their tribe owns, and what happens when their father makes a peace treaty with a neighboring chief that gives away one of the beloved horses—and pledges Fox as the future bride of that chief’s cruel son!
It's a story full of adventure and emotion, with a dash of humor, as the twins set out on a dangerous journey to keep the rival chief from claiming both Honor and Fox.
I'm DB Ayers, an award-winning, multi-published fantasy and thriller author using a pseudonym for my first effort in the Young Adult genre. The Aftermath proposal has been submitted to top NY editors, and is being reviewed by Hollywood producers! You can follow along with the progress of this series from its birth to having the books in your hands.read more