Yah-Ko by Jamie Sutliff audiobook

Yah-Ko

By Jamie Sutliff
Read by Jamie Sutliff

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This adult horrorstory is based on northeastern Native American beliefs about such magical creatures as skinwalkers and shapeshifters. “Yah-ko” is Algonquian for “evil little men,”goblin-like creatures that can shape-shift into animals. A Mohawk shamandescribes them as the spawn of Gan-Nos-Guah, the human flesh eater. The Yah-koare at war with the Nen-Us-Yoks, or “spirit dwarf people,” the spawn of Oh-ke,the Earth Mother. Accurate research and a compelling story line make this bookan entertaining, scary read. Jamie Sutliff has turned a number of his storiesinto award-winning screenplays, including TheDevil Wind, which won a Laurel Leaf for best screenplay at Hollywood’sIndependent Film Festival; Yah-Ko,which won the Silver Award at the International Independent Film Awards; and Antidote Man, a semifinalist at theHollywood Circus Road Film Festival.

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Summary

Summary

This adult horrorstory is based on northeastern Native American beliefs about such magical creatures as skinwalkers and shapeshifters.

“Yah-ko” is Algonquian for “evil little men,”goblin-like creatures that can shape-shift into animals. A Mohawk shamandescribes them as the spawn of Gan-Nos-Guah, the human flesh eater. The Yah-koare at war with the Nen-Us-Yoks, or “spirit dwarf people,” the spawn of Oh-ke,the Earth Mother. Accurate research and a compelling story line make this bookan entertaining, scary read.

Jamie Sutliff has turned a number of his storiesinto award-winning screenplays, including TheDevil Wind, which won a Laurel Leaf for best screenplay at Hollywood’sIndependent Film Festival; Yah-Ko,which won the Silver Award at the International Independent Film Awards; and Antidote Man, a semifinalist at theHollywood Circus Road Film Festival.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Do not take this book on a camping trip in the mountains unless you read it locked in your car. A roller coaster ride of thrills and chills at every turn.” Linda Kelsay, editor, Kable News 
“Vivid imagery so beautiful at times it brought tears…then the next page terrified me. Native American goblins are very scary.”  Joann Close, literary agent 

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Author

Author Bio: Jamie Sutliff

Author Bio: Jamie Sutliff

Jamie Sutliff, a screenwriter, author, narrator, artist, and sculptor living in the Adirondack Mountains, specializes in life-sized wildlife sculpture for museums and private collections, including two museums of natural history. His work has appeared in over a dozen national magazines, including the Smithsonian. Since 1999 he has written eight novels, and in 2013 Blackstone Audio produced seven of his audiobooks. He has also completed seven screenplays, including the science fiction thriller Antidote Man; the fantasy/horror tale The Son of Amaros, which is based on the Dead Sea Scrolls’ Book of Enoch; the action/thriller The Devil Wind, based on true events; the animated feature The Land of the Nen-Us-Yok, based on Algonquian and Mohawk folklore; Yah-Ko, based on the Mohawk folklore of skin-walker demons; the dark comedy and action tale Broken Warriors; and the historical paranormal story The Ghost and the Gold Louis.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Science Fiction
Runtime: 8.10
Audience: Adult
Language: English