Onwaachige the Dreamer

Onwaachige the Dreamer What would you do for the boy you loved What if to save him you had to abandon him forever Fourteen year old Joshua Ishkoday faces an impossible decision as a terrifying dream sets him upon a thrillin

  • Title: Onwaachige the Dreamer
  • Author: Jay Jordan Hawke
  • ISBN: 9781634762779
  • Page: 345
  • Format: ebook
  • What would you do for the boy you loved What if to save him you had to abandon him forever Fourteen year old Joshua Ishkoday faces an impossible decision as a terrifying dream sets him upon a thrilling and treacherous journey of self exploration through the dangerous vastness of the Wisconsin northwoods There, along with his best friends, Mokwa and Little Deer, Joshua suWhat would you do for the boy you loved What if to save him you had to abandon him forever Fourteen year old Joshua Ishkoday faces an impossible decision as a terrifying dream sets him upon a thrilling and treacherous journey of self exploration through the dangerous vastness of the Wisconsin northwoods There, along with his best friends, Mokwa and Little Deer, Joshua summons the power to confront his greatest fears To do so, all he has to do is trust in his dreams Unfortunately, Joshua discovers that his dreams have been deceiving him thanks to the intrusion of strange creatures For out in the middle of the forest dwell the enigmatic Memegwesi, bizarre manitous who have a special plan for Joshua Joshua soon realizes that he has three monsters to battle the extraordinary creatures haunting his dreams, the dangerous torrential storm brewing in the northwoods, and finally, the greatest demon of all his homophobic mother.

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  • Jay Jordan Hawke

    Jay Jordan Hawke is the award winning author of the Two spirit Chronicles, which includes Book 1 Pukawiss the Outcast, a Lambda Literary Award finalist for Best Young Adult Gay fiction.Book 2 A Scout is Brave, a 2015 Rainbow Award winner for Best Young Adult Gay Fiction.Book 3 Onwaachige the Dreamer.

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  • In the process of becoming you learn what is important and what is not, and what you are willing to risk for what you want.This is a coming of age story featuring a young man with one Ojibwe parent and one Fundamentalist Christian. Joshua has been learning about his Native American heritage recently and finding it a better fit for him than his mother's less tolerant beliefs. Here,the friendship of Mokwa, Little Deer, and Joshua intensifies as they help him escape his mother. Joshua’s dreams di [...]


  • Onwaachige The Dreamer, the third book in the Two-Spirit Chronicles is another delightful read by Jay Jordan Hawke. I loved the first two books in this series and the third is no exception. Not as dark as the second book, this one reaches levels of genuine hilarity in the banter between fourteen-year-old Joshua and his best friends, Mokwa and Little Deer. These three teen boys have distinctive personalities and play off each other perfectly. Having only just met at the beginning of summer in the [...]


  • Absolute loved this series! These books need to be in every school library for everyone to read. Truly that enjoyable.


  • This is book three of a series. I think you can probably understand them ok alone, but you would get a better impact reading in order.Joshua has just come home from his summer camp ordeal reeling over the death of a fellow campmate that bullied him and a few others. He falls asleep and dreams about Cody seeing his fate and knows the only way to save him is to leave him forever. He runs away back to the reservation where many things come to light.This is such a beautiful story. I have enjoyed Jos [...]


  • I love this series. I especially like the way the main character, Joshua, continues to grow and control the direction of his life. And, of course, I really enjoy the depiction of Native American lore and customs.


  • Still want more. But excellent third in the series. I hope this won't be the last that we read about these wonderful characters.


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