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Dorris carefully uses a metaphorical braid to intertwine three very different stories, which beautifully portray love, life and perseverance.
There wasn't much of a conclusion to the book, or even a real conclusion to each person's story, but I'm not certain that there really needed to be.
Three generations of women, all struggling with the same need for acceptance and love in their lives culminates in a truly moving story of courage.
This is one of the more well written books-astute and generous to its generational story of three women... Read morePublished 3 months ago by oldmomma
Well, not one of my purchases. I've never heard of this book. HuhPublished 3 months ago by Debbie Jett
My wife specifically requested this book as a present. I know she enjoyed it because she would insist on sharing passage of it with me (not permitted during football season).Published 14 months ago by tango
This writer, Louise Erdrich's deceased husband, wrote a unique story of three generations, with resolution only towards the end, but still gripping all the way through.Published 15 months ago by Jane A. Matthews
One of the best books I have ever read. Too bad that the author died too soon and too young. I made my book club read this.....BOY the discussion in the room was electric!!Published 16 months ago by Cindy Standley