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What a story teller. Such a beautifully woven story of mother and daughter and this drum. Loved it.Published 12 days ago by DAC
part of a 4 book series, Tracks, Love Medicine, Painted Drum, and Four Souls.Published 1 month ago by karin morgan
As usual Louise Erdrich writes a compelling tale with frequent switches back and forth among characters and in time. Having just finished, I'm ready to read it all again. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary K Palmer
A Ojibwa drum is the focus of three interrelated tales of love, tragedy, self-realization. It describes the destruction of souls and the building of others. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dandelion
This is the 2nd book by Louise Erdich that I've read. While I find the subject interesting, I'm not really loving the read. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Andrea Z
Rich in Native American culture, great story lines, so many characters with great depth. Like all of her novels, this is a compelling read!Published 6 months ago by R. Briggs
good read, good story. engaging. didn't want to put book down drawn in. strong flow. excellent vacation read, or change of pace.Published 6 months ago by Kenneth Phillips