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I love Sherman Alexie's work and this work is very detailed and exciting to read. A little on the dark side but very insightful.Published 2 months ago by Alma O.
Although it may seem like a sad story full of pity for Native Americans living on reservations, this book paints a picture so vivid and understandable that suburban teenagers could... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Phyllis Grant
Bought this book for a college course in Humanities, and to be honest it was so-so. It was uninteresting, and pretty predictable. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Shewa
Sherman Alexie is a wonderful and descriptive writer.. I have enjoyed his film, smoke signals as well as his other writings.Published 4 months ago by lily
Sherman Alexie is recommended reading for anyone who wants an insight into the Native American experience.Published 4 months ago by Kathy Bhardwaj
If you like the kind of surreal writing of Murakami, you will like Alexie. His description of life on the Res, and the life of young Native Americans is compelling, thoughtful, at... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Philip in Philadelphia
I've read half a dozen Sherman Alexie books, and the two I've enjoyed most were "Blasphemy" and "Reservation Blues. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Neodoering