Book three of the John Tana trilogy:  John and his young family have settled onto their farming compound on the north shore of Kauai island.  It is the late 1800's a time of ruthless expansion of sugar plantations which threaten native Hawaiian water rights and the existence of the Hawaiian monarchy and sovereignty.  Hawaiians seem divided: some try to survive and others stubbornly cling to traditional religious practices.  Tattooed men attach leading to unforeseen dangers including disease.

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