Renno

Sworn to preserve peace on America s frontier, Renno, the magnificent Iroquois Sachem, valiantly sought to conquer the rising tide of blood and treachery As the French set tribe against tribe, brother against brother, Renno s own beloved family is threatened His son cruelly banished, returning only to be torn between his passion for two women Drawing strength from the cSworn to preserve peace on America s frontier, Renno, the magnificent Iroquois Sachem, valiantly sought to conquer the rising tide of blood and treachery As the French set tribe against tribe, brother against brother, Renno s own beloved family is threatened His son cruelly banished, returning only to be torn between his passion for two women Drawing strength from the courage of their ancestors, Renno and his warrior son rose to the challenge of a mighty destiny to lead the invincible Iriquois Nation once again to victory.
Renno Sworn to preserve peace on America s frontier Renno the magnificent Iroquois Sachem valiantly sought to conquer the rising tide of blood and treachery As the French set tribe against tribe brother

  • Title: Renno
  • Author: Donald Clayton Porter
  • ISBN: 9780553200287
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Mass Market
  • 1 thought on “Renno”

    1. Twenty years have elapsed since the last time we saw Renno and his family. His children have grown, some of his friends have died, and new enemies are causing trouble. Gray Fox is the son of Alain de Gramont, otherwise known as Golden Eagle, and he is just as wily and troublesome as his father before him. He has sworn to bring down the Seneca, and especially the family of Renno. Time is running out for the Seneca.This was one of the better books in the series. The action just keeps building, so [...]

    2. I have read this entire series far more times than I might possibly count, much like a dear old friend, I simply cannot bear not visiting with him and "catching up," time and time again.Donald Clayton Porter started this masterful series and in my opinion; when in later storylines he characters fade somewhat as Mr. Porter continually pushed out new editions it seemed to dilute the perspective of the original mind-set. In all honestly, after #10 I begin to lose interest and the it just feels to b [...]

    3. For a 2 month period I went through the first dozen of this series. I remember enjoying it in high school and they have collected dust on the shelf since. Every time I looked at them I thought I should read them again but not having an electronic version hampered my desire. I finally got back into the world of the Seneca tribe when the pilgrims first came to this country. Following multipal generations of this family is enjoyable. Held up pretty good.

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