Dawn Across the Mountains
In Dawn Across the Mountains, Book Three of the Lost Legend Trilogy, there is reunion and there is Resurrection-and there are beautiful truths about ... Show synopsis In Dawn Across the Mountains, Book Three of the Lost Legend Trilogy, there is reunion and there is Resurrection-and there are beautiful truths about the abiding love that exists between horses and humans. Through the horse, God gave to mankind a very special form of liberty, a bequest that altered not only the face of the earth, but also the heart and spirit of its human inhabitants. Still, for some reason, the Age of the Horse, and the miraculous changes brought about during this season in time, are most often overlooked. Largely thanks to humankind's partnership with the horse, territories were discovered, explored and civilized. Lands were cultivated and wars were won. In truth, the impact of this gallant creature on world progress is far more monumental than the changes brought about by any of the more heralded historic periods such as the Bronze Age, the Iron Age, and the Industrial Age. The Lost Legend Trilogy aims to correct this injustice by revealing the origin of the mystical bond between horses and humans-and by reminding the world at large that without the horse, civilization as we know it today would quite simply not exist.