Version: Unabridged
Author: Jamie Sutliff
Narrator: Jamie Sutliff
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fiction & Literature
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Published In: May 2013
Length: 1 hour
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This adult horrorstory is based on northeastern Native American beliefs about such magical creatures as skinwalkers and shapeshifters.
"Yah-ko" is Algonquian for "evil little men,"goblin-like creatures that can shape-shift into animals. A Mohawk shamandescribes them as the spawn of Gan-Nos-Guah, the human flesh eater. The Yah-koare at war with the Nen-Us-Yoks, or "spirit dwarf people," the spawn of Oh-ke,the Earth Mother. Accurate research and a compelling story line make this bookan entertaining, scary read.
Jamie Sutliff has turned a number of his storiesinto award-winning screenplays, including TheDevil Wind, which won a Laurel Leaf for best screenplay at Hollywood'sIndependent Film Festival; Yah-Ko,which won the Silver Award at the International Independent Film Awards; and Antidote Man, a semifinalist at theHollywood Circus Road Film Festival.

Author Details

Author Details

Sutliff, Jamie

<div><b>Jamie Sutliff</b> is an artist/sculptor/author living in the Adirondack Mtns. He specializes in life-sized wildlife sculpture and has done work for several museums including the Museum of Natural History. His work has appeared in over a dozen national magazines, most recent, the <i>Smithsonian</i> Oct/04. His interest in Native American research of early northeastern tribes led to the writing of 3 fantasy novels in series, based on Native American beliefs in magic.</div>