By Gary Paulsen
Boys, separated via the canyons of time and significantly varied cultures, face the demanding situations through which they are going to turn into men.
Coyote Runs, an Apache boy, takes half in his first raid. yet he's to be a guy for just a brief time.
More than 100 years later, whereas camping out close to puppy Canyon, 15-year-old Brennan Cole turns into enthusiastic about a cranium that he unearths, pierced through a bullet. He learns that it's the cranium of an Apache boy performed by way of squaddies in 1864. a magical hyperlink joins Brennan and Coyote Runs, and Brennan is aware that neither boy will locate peace until eventually Coyote Runs' cranium is carried again to an old sacred place.
In a grueling trip during the canyon to come the cranium, Brennan confronts the problem of his existence.
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