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Once again, Louise Erdrich combines unlikely characters with a complex plot and the result is a riveting novel. She will always be one of my favorite authors.Published 2 months ago by R. A. England
I bought this because of the author. She really created interesting characters with such intense descriptions and unique personalities. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Wanna Be Writer
The title of The Master Butcher’s Singing Club (TMBS) is a mouthful. I can almost imagine the author, Louise Erdrich, initially conceiving the title as one of these closed... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bill Bruno
It held my interest throughout. Great storyteller! I've moved on to The Round House and loving that also.Published 5 months ago by Anne Vincens Duffy
Like all Louise Erdrich's work, this is an excellent read. This does not deal with her frequent Native American cast of characters but with 19th century German immigrants to the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Anita P. Camplese
Really compellling story with three dimensional characters. Want to read more of this author now.Published 6 months ago by Sally Miriam O'Brien