a novel by Erik Gordon Bainbridge (aka Apollo Manga)
A California Indian father, marooned on a distant planet, tries to raise his son Cody in tribal traditions from Earth, a planet Cody has never seen and probably never will.
Cody yearns for glory among the alien race he sees as his people. When he learns monks are traveling the planet seeking reincarnations of the ancient heroes known as the Warrior Brothers, it's his opportunity.
Warrior Brothers cover painting by Tyler Stuart (www.TylerStuart.com)
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