Wash Valley is a peaceful town established in 1860 in the New Mexico territory. On its northern border lays a beautiful meadow so majestic that the Native American tribe that lives north of the meadow believe it to be protected by their Great Spirit. Wash Valley, the meadow, and the tribe have a tidal wave of change coming their way when the ruthless gang of outlaws called the Red Riders set their sights on the land. The Red Riders are led by a menacing man named Dane Decadent. Stergis is a boy who is orphaned as a result of the Red Riders actions. He is adopted by a wise and kind Native American warrior named Longfeather. Stergis spends several years with Longfeather's tribe before they go on a journey to find their destiny. During the journey, Stergis comes to meet great friends and dangerous enemies as he tries to live a regular life in a place that is growing more violent than anyone realizes. The Legend of Stergis Berraha tells the account of what happens to Stergis from birth to manhood and the decisions he is faced with that require him to act in ways he can't accept.
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Nicholas A. Peterson is married with three children. He lives in Henderson, NV. He is a teacher at a Elementary School. His love of movies and the stories they tell inspired him to write his own stories. His greatest achievement would be to create stories that his fans can agree are original and fun to read.
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