The Great Law of Peace

The Great Law of Peace To survive the test of the falls was only the first step Climbing the tree and letting them chop it down falling straight into the worst of the rapids gained him their attention made them listen Bu

  • Title: The Great Law of Peace
  • Author: Zoe Saadia
  • ISBN: B00FCWPZ60
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • To survive the test of the falls was only the first step Climbing the tree and letting them chop it down, falling straight into the worst of the rapids, gained him their attention, made them listen But the main part of his work was still ahead of Two Rivers and his most loyal follower, Tekeni The task of organizing the people as a whole, of making them talk to their hosTo survive the test of the falls was only the first step Climbing the tree and letting them chop it down, falling straight into the worst of the rapids, gained him their attention, made them listen But the main part of his work was still ahead of Two Rivers and his most loyal follower, Tekeni The task of organizing the people as a whole, of making them talk to their hostile, warlike neighbors, demanded time, too much time Their private desires had to wait as they traveled to places, convened gatherings, convinced nations The Great Peace demanded their full attention However, the women they loved had different ideas Neither was prepared to sit and wait patiently Taking action seemed like the better course to both, but each went about it in her own, very different, fashion.

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    About “Zoe Saadia

    • Zoe Saadia

      Zoe Saadia is the author of several novels of pre Columbian Americas From the architects of the Aztec Empire to the founders of the Iroquois Great League, from the towering pyramids of the Mexican Valley to the longhouses of the Great Lakes, her novels bring long forgotten history, cultures and people to life, tracing pivotal events that brought about the greatness of North and Mesoamerica.Having researched various pre contact cultures of this continent for than a decade, she is convinced that it s a shame that such a large part of history was completely overlooked, by historical fiction most of all Both Americas had an extremely rich, diverse, fascinating history long before this continent came in contact with the rest of the world So her professional motto is set America has not been discovered , not yet Maybe not ever

    460 thoughts on “The Great Law of Peace

    • What a wonderful story! This is a real adventure, one of those that keeps giving hope, only to plunge the reader into that 'oh, no, it's all going to go wrong' fear a moment later.The third in the series telling a fictional version of the true story of the forming of the Great League of the Five Nations (the Iroquois), this is the most exciting so far, as Two Rivers and sidekick Tekeni struggle cross land and water to deliver the message of peace to the various tribes, encountering resistance on [...]


    • Following the test of the falls, the miracle of Two Rivers’ survival and the struggle to convince the clans that living together in unity is the answer to their problems, at last they are ready to listen and agree to the message of peace. Two Rivers’ capability and patient self-control is rewarded. The clans realise the time for change is upon them, their hunger and desperation fueling the decision, and the knowledge that Two Rivers’ goal is the last chance for them to change their fortune [...]


    • THE GREAT LAW OF PEACE is Book 3 of The Peacemaker Series and continues the path of Two Rivers and Tekeni. With two maidens from two different tribes vying for Two Rivers attentions his only thought is to bring the message of peace to all nations that will listen. The old ways no longer work. It is time for a change. A change for the better.With three Nations firmly in agreement with him, Two Rivers must now head back to the difficult Onondagas. This will prove to be a mighty task since High Spr [...]


    • This is the longest book in the series, and I promise you'll be on the edge of your seat throughout, even if you already know how the events turned out in real lifeAfter Two Rivers' and Tekeni's efforts in book two, the alliance is starting to come together But Tadodaho is still holding out, and the girls are on the run in the woods. In fact, it's the personal aspect that takes over in this book, after all is said and done - we want to know whether Two Rivers' new constitution will have been cre [...]


    • This book provides a great insight into the peace process that united the 5 nations in what is today upstate New York. The author adds personal touches to provide additional interest but the main theme is that peace makes for better lives than constant warring. Its too bad the "Peacemaker could not work with Russia and Ukraine, Shiites and Sunnis, Palestinians and Israelis, etc. I thoroughly enjoyed every minite reading this book!.



    • ExcellentThis book was well written and kept me on the edge of my seat.It was very informative and answered a lot of questions I have had about the Indian Federation.


    • The Great Law of Peace (Book 3 of The Peacemaker Trilogy) by Zoe Saadia is an excellent example of how historical fiction should be written. This fast paced novel will grab you and not let you go.The author did a great job of continuing the story of how five American Indian tribes united and brought peace to their world. In book 3 you can see the emotions and intrigue build to their conclusion, keeping you glued to every page of the story. I really like the way the author uses fiction to bring h [...]


    • This third book of the trilogy was my favorite. It follows the progress of Two Rivers and Tekeni as they work toward their goal of a peaceable existence. At the same time, it illustrates the resilience and strength of the women they left behind. Very satisfying conclusion to this wonderful trilogy. I look forward to reading other series by Ms. Saadia.


    • If you think there's suspense and frustrations in the first two books, wait until you get to this book! I loved all the sepereate storylines coming together in such an exciting way! The series could have ended here, but there's a fourth novel. I'm excited to find out what's in store for everyone. :)


    • History of peace between 5 Indian NationAgain to think that the great peacemaker way back in the 12th century had something to do with our Constitution many hundreds of years later is quite an accomplishment


    • A good ending to the trilogy, predictable from the Peacemaker's aspect, but absolutely unpredictable as the other characters were concerned.


    • Another fascinating storyI can't wait to read the conclusion. This has kept me transfixed through the story tip I get finally to the end.


    • I liked the book, then why did I only give it 3 stars, especially when I gave the previous books in the series 5 stars? This book cannot stand on its own. Without reading the previous 2 books in the series the reader would be lost. It had been 4 months since I read book 2 and I had a hard time remembering who the characters were, especially the lesser characters. There was no character introduction reminding me of their back story and why I should think they were crucial in this one, just a vagu [...]


    • The third book of the Great Peacemaker saga brings this tale to the satisfying end, rounding up all the corners. Yet, the plot's twists managed to surprise me nevertheless, even though I knew the general outline of the Peacemaker's story as the legend goes.While the main characters remained true enough to the recorded events, the secondary characters, mainly both of the girls, kept the plot twisting and turning, taking unexpected directions, keeping the reader on the edge of their seat. This is [...]




    • If you like historical fiction, you will love the Peacemaker series. And you just might learn about the origins of some of our U.S. Constitution.



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