When I saw this book in my local bookstore, I was suprised. I had just finished Shuler's last book a few months ago and for the first timein my life was actually satisfied when I finished it. I didn't quite know how she would be able to continue on with her saga, with the main character from the last two books dead (she died from old age, just to let you know). The book itself was actually quite good, although it took a while for me to get into it. One does not have to read the first two books to understand whats going on; it is a completely different character with a completely different story. It has many twists in it when it gets going, something I always enjoyed about Shuler's writing. It is the story of Antelope and her blue eyed baby, Skyfeather. She, like the heroine in the book before her, has to choose between a charming trader who is her husband and the handsome to-be leader of the strange village she is staying in. She faces many problems, the village locals and women jealous of her strange powers and beauty. Although it has the basicly same story structure of the procceeding novels, it is a delightful read for anyone who is interested in cultures of the past.