The Purification Ceremony

The Purification Ceremony

Mark T. Sullivan / Jan 28, 2020

The Purification Ceremony At a young age in the Maine woods at the side of her father and great uncle a Micmac puoin Diana Jackman learned to move freely in the wilderness to sense a world invisible to most A natural track

  • Title: The Purification Ceremony
  • Author: Mark T. Sullivan
  • ISBN: 9780380790425
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • At a young age in the Maine woods, at the side of her father and great uncle, a Micmac puoin, Diana Jackman learned to move freely in the wilderness, to sense a world invisible to most A natural tracker from a long line of shamans, healers and hunters an environmental software writer, estranged wife and mother she has been taught by betrayal and loss to guard her feelAt a young age in the Maine woods, at the side of her father and great uncle, a Micmac puoin, Diana Jackman learned to move freely in the wilderness, to sense a world invisible to most A natural tracker from a long line of shamans, healers and hunters an environmental software writer, estranged wife and mother she has been taught by betrayal and loss to guard her feelings behind a wall of half truths and silence It has cost her many things her family, her happiness, her peace And it has brought her to a beautiful, frozen place of magicd death.Eight hunters have gathered on a vast, isolated estate in northern British Columbia, to track record book white tail deer at the snow covered confluence of the Sticks and the Dream rivers Diana Jackman is among them drawn by the hunt and the ancient Power of her father s people.But someone else is watching the hunting party an insane and violent force of nature, hiding in the blinding whiteness of the Canadian winter And now the hunters themselves have become the game.One by one, they are being stalked, slaughtered and gutted like the animals they, themselves, are stalking The killer is quick, relentless, frighteningly efficient.For the first time in her life, Diana Jackman will know what it is to be prey but she must fight the instinct to flee To survive, she will have to rely on her father s teachings, and set out alone to hunt the hunter.

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      • Mark T. Sullivan

        Mark T Sullivan b 1958 is an author of thrillers Born in a Boston suburb, he joined the Peace Corp after college, traveling to West Africa to live with a tribe of Saharan nomads Upon returning to the United States, he took a job at Reuters, beginning a decade long career in journalism that would eventually lead to a job as an investigative reporter for the San Diego Tribune.Sullivan spent the winter of 1990 living with a group of skiers in Utah and Wyoming, and used the experience as the foundation for his first novel, The Fall Line 1994 In 1995 he published Hard News, a thriller based on his work as a reporter, and a year later he released The Purification Ceremony, which won the WH Smith Award for Best New Talent His most recent work is Private Games 2012 , which he co authored with James Patterson Sullivan lives with his family in Montana, where he skis, hunts, and practices martial arts.


    1. A classic thriller that explores both the human reaction to being hunted and the eddies of memory. The plot moves quickly and information is well-paced as is the norm in well-written murder-mystery thrillers. The stereotypes of the genre are undercut by the inclusion of magical-realism in the arguably underdeveloped and underexplored elements of Native American spirituality. All in all, an enjoyable book.

    2. Mark T. Sullivan, The Purification Ceremony, published in 1996. The book is a mysterious tail with a noble character, Diana Jackson, who sets out on a hunting trip with a fellow group of hunters in the Snowy winter within the woods of British Columbia. The story is fast paced as the hunters are picked off one by one from the vicious serial killer, leaving me quite stirred and frightened when I set the book down, however I would pick it right back up to see what occurs next. The story is hair-rai [...]

    3. I smelled the wolf!Rarely does a novel, or work of fiction take me so completely to the author's imagined world To the author I would say, your writing; your prose, almost made the storyline irrelevant. I felt the cold. I sensed the danger. Pity, anger, fear and sorrow are the watchwords. Thank you.

    4. Good ReadEnjoyed the suspense. Have always enjoyed Indian Lore and some of the talks. We're interesting. You should enjoy this book but not as a horror story. To thin to cut horror.

    5. Es ist mal wieder an der Zeit, einige Bücher auszusortieren, die ich doch nicht lesen möchte - dieses gehört dazu.

    6. Well this is certainly a compelling, psychological, other-worldly, Native American- themed thriller. It’s captivating and obviously very well-researched and a real page turner. It’s not a genre I usually read but I couldn’t put it down. I’m still creeped out and still have the jitters from reading this. The only reason why I’m not giving this 4 stars or more is that I didn’t “like” any of the characters. The characterization in the novel is amazingly well done, don’t get me wro [...]

    7. Mark T. Sullivan's "The Purification Ceremony" focuses on Diana Jackman, a woman of Native American ancestry who has separated from her husband and family in the wake of her estranged father's suicide. His death re-awakens long-suppressed emotional issues for Diana, and, in a bid to reconnect with her family's love, respect and near-worship of nature and the outdoors, she books a deer hunting trip in British Columbia.Things almost immediately go wrong, however, as Diana stumbles across the dead [...]

    8. Ich war ehrlich gesagt enttäuscht. Toxic war einfach um Längen besser. Der Anfang war dröge. Kann aber einfach sein, das man dafür Wald und Jagdfan sein muß. Ich war echt kurz davor es abzubrechen, wäre es nicht auf Seite 90 spannend geworden. Eine Gruppe von Jägern im Kanadischen Wald jagen auf nem exklusiven Grundstück Hirsche von einem Ausmaß das man nur durch genetische Manipulationen erreicht. Doch bald schlägt das Weidmannglück um in Angst, denn ein Psychopath schwingt sich auf [...]

    9. You can download The Purification Ceremony for free from the author's website. A riveting novel that is one part adventure, one part fantasy horror, and one part suspense thriller. Sullivan combines these expertly and gives us a fresh protagonist in Diana "Little Crow" Jackman, a Native -American who struggles in two cultures. The author is a skilled action writer who can also write believable characters. Recommended.

    10. My agent sent me this book, and having finished it, I can see why. Purification Ceremony is a clinic in building a narrative that is strong in both suspense and story, and it also takes the read deep into a world that was for me unfamiliar—the worlds of deer hunting, and Native American psychedelia. It's an impressive achievement.

    11. A really good idea, very gripping. I read this book in such a short time and just couldn't put it down. Then why only 3 out 5 in the rating? I'd say it's the bad translations fault as I read it in german, though I can't say if it would be the same writing I had problems with if I had read the book in english. Either way, a good idea with a few bumps along the way but still full of suspense.

    12. My second read of Sullivan's workis was enjoyable, but forgettable. (I read "Ghost Dance" several years ago, apparently - based on my review at the time - I enjoyed that one as well, but I don't remember the story at all) If I come across another by this author I'd read it, but I won't actively look for others.

    13. I read this about 10 years ago and the story stuck with me -- always a good sign of a good read. If I could I would give it 3 and a half stars. I enjoyed the read and could see how it might make a good movie.

    14. This book was okay. It held my interest well enough, and I remember thinking several times that this would make a good movie if properly done. A good book to pass the time but nothing earth-shattering.

    15. Obviously the writer knows a lot about hunting, which was interesting. However the protagonist seemed weaker than necessary and stronger than what is believable at times (her vs.a pack of wolves?). The Native rituals and history was interesting as was the respect of nature and human balance.

    16. What's not to love? A strong woman character. A crisis of character. A winter snow setting. Isolated camp. Mystery and gore.

    17. I don't remember too much about this at all. But I remember liking it and feeling like it was a good suspense novel. I should probably go back and read it again.

    18. A woman who is part Indian and a deer hunter go to a Lodge for a hunt. Many things happen. Very suspenseful. I really liked this book.

    19. Sehr gutes Buch, aber nur in der Originalversion zu empfehlen, da die deutsche Übersetzung sehr stümperhaft ist.

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