Author Donald Ensenbach used an abandoned Mayan village as inspiration for his story of a well-known seventh-century Native American--Kokopelli. Known as a traveling trader and a mythical god of fertility, Kokopelli was orphaned at the age of twelve and forced to make his way in the world all alone.
On the trail, he met Koloki, an old and established trader, who showed him how to gather goods and sell them to local villages, but will Kokopelli be able to navigate the ups and downs of his own heart as easily?
Myth and reality collide when you enter the world of Kokopelli.
Donald L. Ensenbach is a young-at-heart idealist who began writing autobiographies as a ghost writer, then magazine articles and short stories before planning a series of historical novels covering the seventh through fifteenth centuries. This first book of the series, Kokopelli: Dream Catchers of an Ancient is based on his in-depth historical research.