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Daughters of Fire

Winner 2013 Benjamin Franklin Silver Finalist Award for Popular Fiction from the Independent Book Publishers Association

“One highly recommended thrill ride of a book.” —Huffington Post

“Set on the island of Hawaii, Daughters of Fire keenly captures the boiling point of long-simmering tensions between traditional lifestyles and Western development.” —San Francisco Chronicle

“An engaging saga of suspense, crafted with a deep understanding and appreciation for Hawaii’s unique history and culture, Daughters of Fire is highly recommended.” —Midwest Book Review

“Takes us into the spiritual and cultural depths of Hawaiian traditions, masterfully presenting a worldview that deserves our consideration as rampant development threatens to destroy traditional cultures worldwide.” —Dr. Edwin Bernbaum, author of Sacred Mountains of the World

“Places come alive for the reader on every page of this taut, deftly constructed novel. . . . Peek is a storyteller extraordinaire cut from an older cloth, seldom seen today.” —Dr. Susan Y. Najita, The Contemporary Pacific

“Tom Peek’s understanding of place, culture, and current issues is deep and respectful. . . . this is a terrific read.” —Maile Meyer, founder of Native Books / Na Mea Hawaii

“From the historical to the scientific, the spiritual to the political, to corruption and eruptions, this carefully researched thriller MUST be made into a film! I can think of no more effective way to inform the public of what is really going on in Hawaii.” —Victoria Mudd, Academy Award winning producer of “Broken Rainbow” and “Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion”

“An epic tale . . . a mystery of social and political discord . . . a story steeped in culture, mythology, and spirituality.” —Misty-Lynn Sanico,

Daughters of Fire is more than a story. It’s a message about man’s connection to the environment, which is important for man’s ultimate survival.” —Journal of Humanitarian Affairs