Tall grass poking through the surface of a lake

This is a beautiful and powerful story of a girl who ran away from an Indian residential school, and the following generations who deal with the trauma they inherit and continue to experience. I found the story very engaging. I kept wanting to move forward through the story, and when I got to the end I wanted more. It is multi-generational in scope and shows the effects of historic sociological conditions as they plays out in people’s lives and the lives of their successive generations.

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