Phantom Ship follows the quest and struggles of Renée Lorimer, a Seneca (Iroquois) woman who has risen to prominence in the early years of the 21st century. A Native American uprising linked to the demand for the return of sacred land throughout North America is gathering momentum. The Authorities are concerned. Renée becomes involved. Her quest entails a lengthy, increasingly dangerous pursuit. And there is a price to be paid.
—Patricia Monture-Angus, author of acclaimed Thunder in My Soul, and Journeying Forward.
“Out of darkness, Vickers sees the light of hope. A profoundly powerful work, one of spiritual aspiration and potential achievement for us all.”
—Disawin Ballard, East of the River Shawnee, Greenville, Ohio
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
MICHAEL VICKERS (Paleway'z Néeka), historian and poet, is author, amongst other works, of Phantom Trail: Discovering Ancient America, Odes of Forest and Town, Ethnicity and Sub-Nationalism in Nigeria, and most recently A Nation Betrayed. Canadian-born, he lives and works in England. This is his first novel.