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This work portrays immigrant Americans and small town life in the Northwest plains, bookended by WWI and WWII . Read morePublished 1 month ago by Millie M
I couldn't get into this novel.
Erdrich isn't a bad writer, by any means. The situations she thinks up are lovely and really, really vivid. Read more
Lousie Erdrich gets inside your head and heart with every story she writes, and the Master Butchers Singing Club is no different. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JS
This story struck the right chord with me. However, when I first started the book, I was not sure in what direction it would go. But the story-telling was good and I stuck with it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Monte Cristo
Excellent novel. Very well developed characters. The title may put someone off from reading the book; it has little to do with the Butcher's Singing Club but everything to do... Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. Reason
Louise Erdrich never fails to please. While her stories may have truly dark lines in them, I love her storytelling skills.Published 1 month ago by skye maher
The author went way beyond what was needed to tell the story. She would go in one direction and one would forget why, then abruptly pick up another story line. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mj Dillon