"Richard Wagamese writes exquisitely about
a life bereft of tenderness and caring.
A survivor of residential schools-
a target of prejudice on the ice and on the job-
The protagonist soars and stumbles through it all.
Reading this, you can ..."
"The dead end street of this novel is metaphorical
And oxymoronic : while dogs , neighbours and marriages die-
There is life leaving it.
Everything that happens here - happens everywhere else.
The only difference?
In the end Almost everyone co..."
"Reading this memoir , I kept returning to the book’s
Jacket- believing , or hoping this was a work of fiction.
I read this quickly ,believing on some level that the author’s pain too,would end
Maude Julien is a French version of today’..."