What are the best books with Native American mythology?

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    #1Cry of the Sea

    Cry of the Sea
    Cry of the Sea is a mythology and folk tales literary novel written by D. G. Driver. It was published April 2, 2017 by Melange Books. It follows Juniper Sawfeather as she saves mermaids.
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    Esteban Contreras
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I enjoyed reading Cry of the Sea. It has good lessons and worthwhile message, addressing topics of multiculturalism and environmental themes as well. Teens and adults alike would enjoy this book. The main character's Native American heritage plays into the story quite a bit, which is compelling and interesting."
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    #2The Keeper and the Rune Stone (The Black Ledge Series)

    The Keeper and the Rune Stone (The Black Ledge Series)

    The Keeper and the Rune Stone (The Black Ledge Series Book 1) is a mythology and folk tales literary novel written by Paige W. Pendleton. It was published November 17, 2012 by Pig Wing Press.

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    Paul Pena
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "I am part Native American (small part) and as such, I've always been fascinated with the mythology of Native Americans. A great book for this that I found was The Keeper and the Rune Stone (The Black Ledge Series) by Paige W. Pendleton. I found the way it uses mythology to keep the story going to be very fascinating. "
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    #3Poseidon's Children (Legacy of the Gods)

    Poseidon's Children (Legacy of the Gods)

    Poseidon's Children is book 1 of the Legacy of the Gods series by Michael West. After witnessing a young couple get torn apart, Larry Neuhaus becomes determined to unravel a mystery as old as time together with his new-found friends.

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    Christina Ferguson
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "I liked this book from the moment I saw it because it had a lot of mythology to it. I thought from the beginning it was really fascinating, with plot twists early on. The whole book kept me entranced and wanted to keep reading. It is a really good setting and the characters are great. I'm looking forward to another book."
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    #4The Wide Game

    The Wide Game

    The Wide Game is a book by Michael West that tells a story of the married man Paul. He will come back to his alma mater to celebrate their 10th year High School reunion but the memories of past will haunt him and he will discover something. 

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    Barbara Jordan
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I was browsing around for the best books with Native American mythology when I found this title. It's so good that I couldn't put it down!"
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    #5Urban Shaman (The Walker Papers, Book 1)

    Urban Shaman (The Walker Papers, Book 1)

    Urban Shaman (The Walker Papers, Book 1) is a fantasy filled science fiction novel written by C.E. Murphy. It was published June 1, 2005 by Luna.

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    Alexander Mills
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "Urban Shaman is the first in The Walking Papers series by C. E. Murphy. The story focuses on Joanne, a half Native American woman working as a mechanic in Seattle. Though the series itself is rather popular, some have complained that the protagonist is simply not that interesting."
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    #6The Onion Girl (Newford)

    The Onion Girl (Newford)

    The Onion Girl (Newford) is a fantasy filled science fiction novel written by Charles de Lint. It was published August 3, 2002 by Tor Books. It follows the story of an artist named Jilly Coppercorn.

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    Matthew Hernandez
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "This book was okay, in my opinion. Im a pretty big fan of urban fantasy, and it did not grasp me like other books of this genre did. I found it to be well-written, but pretty boring. Not a whole lot going on."
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    #7The Bitter Harvest

    The Bitter Harvest
    The Bitter Harvest is a fiction book written by Oliver Phipps. This was originally published in 2016. This book is about the story of Orenda as he faces the challenges and decisions as a warrior.
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    Cheryl Simmons
    Written on May 23, 2018
    "The main character quickly grew on me, and I was so excited to continue reading. I literally could not put this book down! Reading about Orenda and his challenges opened my eyes to things I was not aware of. It might be a novel, but there is an element of truth in it too!"
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    #8Wind Catcher

    Wind Catcher
    Wind Catcher is a fantasy filled science fiction novel written by Jeff Altabef and Erynn Altabef. It was published March 21, 2015 by Evolved Publishing. It is the third installment in the A Chosen Novel Series.
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    Gloria Ward
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "I don't think I have ever hated a book as much as Wind Catcher. It pats itself on the back a lot for using Native America myths, but the book constantly uses lazy stereotypes about native people. I would be very surprised if the author was not white. The main character is a Mary Sue and acts like an idiot."
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    #9She Who Remembers

    She Who Remembers
    She Who remembers is the first book in the Kwani series written by Linda Lay Shuler. It is a historical fiction book about a girl with a blue eye who was being judged as a witch. This book was published in 1990.
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    Rose Burke
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "This book is interesting, fairly well written, but very predicable. I think it is more suiting to teenage readers than adult."
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    #10The Haunted Mesa: A Novel

    The Haunted Mesa: A Novel

    The Haunted Mesa: A Novel is an action-filled adventure literary fiction novel written by Louis L'Amour. It was published April 1, 1988 by Bantam.

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    Raymond Aguilar
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "This is a great Native American mythology book. If you haven't read this one yet you are missing out on a great book."

Summary

Best What are the best books with Native American mythology
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Cry of the SeaBooks 25 Paid
2The Keeper and the Rune Stone (The Black Ledge Series)Books 23 Paid
3Poseidon's Children (Legacy of the Gods)Books 22 Paid
4The Wide GameBooks 20 Paid
5Urban Shaman (The Walker Papers, Book 1)Books 8 Paid
6The Onion Girl (Newford)Books 6 Paid
7The Bitter HarvestBooks 5 Paid
8Wind CatcherBooks 3 Paid
9She Who RemembersBooks 3 Paid
10The Haunted Mesa: A NovelBooks 1 Paid
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