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Karen Bluejeans (Pathway to Glory)

George Horse

George Michael Philip Horse creates a rich and vivid account of the French and Indian War of 1754 - 1763, also known as the Seven Years' War, in his novel Karen Bluejeans (Pathway to Glory). Following a unique host of characters including Canadian-Indian Karen Bluejeans and her family, plus soldiers, generals and lieutenants in the war, the novel closely examines the struggles and strife of the time period and the bloody battles that raged on Canadian soil.


Starting from the adoption of Karen Bluejeans and her life at the Ursuline Convent School, the story weaves in the lives of other individuals Karen Bluejeans comes into contact with to reimagine a crucial period of history for Canada, France, America, the Indians, and British General James Wolfe's struggle to take Quebec City -- a period that shaped the world as we know it today.

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George Horse was born in the state of Washington, in 1951 and he graduated from the University of California at Irvine in 1976. He dwelt on and off in France to write poetry in the romantic love tradition.


He lives now in Boston, Massachusetts, where he wrote his historical fiction novel, Karen Bluejeans (Pathway to Glory). At present, he is working on his second novel, Cornflower.