223 pages ; 23 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
"Moving to Scotland is when it all starts. Before, when Keilann had been living in Chicago, almost everything about her life had been normal. In the city, no one ever notices or cares that she is Ojibwe, and Keilann learns how to scrape by just enough with her grades to not attract anyones attention. Everything is going fine until her father takes a teaching job in Scotland. That's when everything changes. Rural Scotland is a wild, rugged land full of unsurpassed beauty - and a few secrets of its own. In the woods behind her new house, Keilann finds an ancient stone circle and a strange, silent girl who seems to have walked straight out of her nightmares. Through Keilann tries to deny it, a series of inexplicable coincidences makes her consider the impossible: perhaps her dreams are not mere illusions, but a window into Scotland's violent past."--Page 4 of cover.
9.00 CMM (99-CMM-9)