"Unfortunately, most readers will find the measured pace and detailed descriptions daunting. (Fiction. 8-12)"
Isolated in the mountains of Mexico, the Huicholes work ``to maintain the balance of nature—to be kind to the earth, and make the earth well.'' But without the white-tailed deer they can ``no longer perform the ceremonial rituals that perpetuated life and rejuvenated nature''; ``The end of the world'' looms as a result of the polluting and plundering of earth's resources.
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