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Courageous, witty Coca Joe Stratmore and her loyal collie, Chief, barely escaped from the pack of teen boys preying on innocent girls. Now, she just wants to stay alive with those she loves.
Everybody else wants Coca Joe. Boogieman, the leader of the teen boys, wants to kill her. An even more dangerous enemy is willing to start a war over her. Her adoptive family in Hell Creek wants her back, no matter the cost. Coca Joe's Indian family wants to keep her on the Rez where she's loved and safe. Even the mysterious residents of The Boarding House want something: to keep her safe; and to stay hidden. Especially from her.
But Coca Joe has a will of her own, and is as hard to pin down as ever. What if everything Coca Joe wants puts her--and those she loves most--in harm's way?
This moving tale, told through the eyes of young Coca Joe and The Boarding House residents, presents a uniquely positive portrayal of multiple personalities. I Call Myself Sister of the Wind is the second book in a fascinating series exploring the themes of truth, redemption, loyalty, and hope.