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The book that I read is call Canyons by Gary Paulsen This story talks about an Indian boy that belongs in that Apaches group and a kid that lives in El Paso Texas The Indian boy name was Coyote Runs this boy had turn fourteen he really wanted to become a men now that he was fourteen That village people still thought he was a little kid Coyote Runs was going to do this mission with his friend Magpie Coyote Runs when to visit that elder of that village he told him to go get that ancient medicine This medicine was powerful it may people invisible when they are getting shot at by that bluebellies Bluebellies was and army back then between 1860 or 1890 that fought against Apaches As Coyote Runs and Magpie where heading to that sacred place they where ambush by bluebellies they shot his friend Magpie in the chest Coyote Runs saw it all when he got hit They when off chasing Coyote but his pony was running slow and not fast enough like that soldiers horses At the end thy shot his pony and he felt hurting himself All of the men approach to him they were saying stuff to him but he did not understand any word They put a large bore rifle in his fore head Coyote was saying Take me spirit as soon as that happened he say a light Brennan Cole was a boy that lived in El Paso Texas he was tall skinny and has brown hair Brennan likes running after school he runs for himself not for a team Brennan never met his father every time her mother has guess in the house does people calls Brennan a pitied they call him that because he never knew his father One day Brennan when camping with his mother and her new boyfriend Bill and some kids that Bill brought along They when off to that
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