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Stories of Survival and Revenge from Inuit Folklore
by Rachel and Sean Qitsualik-Tinsley
Inhabit Media Inc.
4.0 stars
22 Reviews

Humans, nature, and spirits clash and struggle together in these thrilling Inuit tales of vengeance and survival.

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4.0 stars

What I liked about these stories are that they are very old and are passed down from one generation to another through stories telling. the Inuit culture is very interesting.. thank you for sharing the stories.

Jul 07
2.0 stars

Very scary and violent. I’m gonna have nightmares about fingerless ladies hunting me down.

Jul 20
5.0 stars

sum parts were scary and it was cool i liked it

Jul 11
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