Amidst a world in global turmoil, Victory, a half Native American woman searches for her identity. Victory's mother is a woman of Scottish nobility, an unknowing mistress to Victory's Native American Air Force Captain father, who does not tell her he is married with a wife and children in the States. Cast out from her family in disgrace, Lady Joy McLeod gives birth to Victory and her twin sister in a night of furious rain in a French convent. Victory's twin sister and mother do not survive the birth, plunging Victory into the traumatic world of an orphan, alone and far from both her birth families.
Three years pass, in which Victory is an orphan, separated from The People, as her Native American grandfather calls the Cheyenne tribe. In an attempt to salvage his honor and reputation with his people, Victory's father kidnaps her from the convent and returns her to the Indian reservation where her grandfather lives.
Victory returns to American, diagnosed as autistic, yet capable of great talents, powers and abilities. Her Native American Grandfather is the only 'two legged' able to reach her, and nurtures and teaches her in the way of his people. Victory begins training as a medicine woman. Yet she finds that spirituality cannot completely explain her world, yet neither can science. Between these two worlds, the spiritual and the material, she must search for an answer, to her life, and to the future of Earth.
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April 30, 2001
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