Watch for Me on the Mountain
by Forrest Carter

A mystical fantasy about Geronimo and the Apache tribes. Geronimo’s religion is depicted as similar to Buddhism and New-Age tree hugging, but it is better than both. It includes love of family and fighting for freedom, which makes it better than Buddhism. It is strongly anti-state, which makes it better than New-Age philosophy. The plot includes some clever, guerrilla-style battle strategies. It is a good novel, but not as good as The Education of Little Tree.

Year Read: 2004


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