Lasa was an amazing flyer, maybe the best of the anjels. She was also an exceptional hunter, which was something she kept secret. Girls were not allowed to hunt. Only women hunted. But Lasa was a girl who defied tradition from the moment she appeared. A gold-colored phlox attached itself to her in such a way that the elders took it as a sign. They made her a Memory Keeper. Then, love drove Lasa into a forbidden place where she would learn the terrible secret of her people.
About Rick Just (Boise, Idaho Author)
Author Rick Just is a native Idahoan who grew up on a ranch along the Blackfoot River. He is the author of two adult novels, four YA novels, and has written or edited several books on Idaho history. He does a daily Idaho history post on Facebook called Speaking of Idaho. His next book, A Kid's Guide to Boise, will be released in the spring by Rediscovered Publishing.