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It was sad, emotional, but beautifully written. It overall just drew me in with the way it was written and how easy it was to read it.Published 17 hours ago by Kaitlyn Morgan
If you have not read Sherman Alexie, you are shorting yourself. His perspective is an insight that you will get in no other place. He writes with wit, humor, and heart.Published 7 days ago by Splammo
Alexie speaks to the intensity of the human experience -- our fears, our dreams, our passions, our pain -- while drawing us to the Native American experience.Published 10 days ago by email@example.com
This is the first book that my son ever truly loved. He is 12 and not a big reader.Published 17 days ago by tbehling
This book made me laugh & cry. I had to read it for a culturally diverse teaching class and I would recommend it to anybody!!! Read morePublished 17 days ago by S.Turner
Really great book to read for any ages from 12-60! Alexie is a wonderful writer and it is a heartwarming read.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
3-1/2 stars. I’ve been wanting to read this book for a long time and finally convinced one of my book clubs to read it with me. Read morePublished 22 days ago by A. Walker