About Coyote’s Road Trip:
Coyote has been the guardian spirit of a desert valley for hundreds of years. He’s watched the daily lives of the original people, saw the Donnor Party wagon train roll by, and witnessed the invasion by people of European descent. He was always able to adapt to change–until climate change made his valley uninhabitable, even for a shapeshifting nature spirit. So Coyote hit the road, looking for a new home.
A prequel to Raven Woman’s Tavern, Coyote’s Road Trip is a mash up of magical realism, dystopia, and travelogue set in the near future.
Reviewers say: “From beginning to end this story is beautiful. Although this is a story about Coyote, the shape shifter spirit…. this story is so human. “
“The book is great. A very fast read. Yes, it is wistful, and in several places, it is very sad, but it’s varied and it’s always interesting. A wonderful book. Highly recommended.”
“This is an original and interesting story with thought provoking elements. And as Ms. Koerber always manages to do, she weaves her story in a way that takes the reader on a journey, while also giving them pause for thought. There’s always more to her characters and storyline than first meets the eye.”
“I did not expect to be enthralled by this book but as I was reading, it was like nothing else around me mattered.”
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Laura Koerber lives on an island with her cat, her dogs, and her husband. She volunteers daily at a rescue for unadoptable cats. Coyote’s Road Trip is her eleventh book. Two of her previous books made the Kirkus Review annual list of best indy books, and one of her previous books won an honorable mention in the Readers’ Views Literary contest.