ThunderCloud... looks into an excommunicated, Native-American teenager's struggles to survive in a world of strangers. ThunderCloud’s outer adventures force him to confront his inner demons—real and imaginary, which have led him to his lonely situation. The oddities of other people, cultures, generations and circumstances not only challenge and determine his Coming of Age, but also his ability to relate to others, to live and work within a group and, ultimately, to realize that every condition of his life reflects his personal responsibility level. With his manhood within reach, he must then discover whether or not the Principal People (Cherokee) will accept his return accompanied by a motley gaggle of people he has collected on the way home. The answer to this final question... we, too, want to know! (278 pages, softcover; and eBook edition.)
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Ronald Joseph Kule is an internationally published author of non-fiction and fiction books covering multiple genres. His published works have received almost exclusively all five-star reviews. Kule also ghostwrites for several clients.