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sprainedbrain
The Round House | Louise Erdrich
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It‘s been a while since I‘ve devoured an entire book in one day, but I couldn‘t stop listening to this.

My second by Erdrich, and I think it‘s safe to say I‘m a fan. Very well-written, powerful coming-of-age story of a Native American boy trying to deal with the horrible rape of his mom. This story is devastating, but also touching, funny, and beautiful, and it packs a major punch.

My #indigenousauthor book for #Booked2019 ✔️

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

BarbaraBB Great review. I have to read this one! 3h
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KarenUK
The Things She's Seen | Ambelin Kwaymullina
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Just one more read to go for the second quarter of #booked2019 so I‘ve decided on the tagged one....
Don‘t read much YA but this one sounds great....
#booked2019
#indigenousauthor

BarbaraTheBibliophage Great job!! 20h
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AudreyMorris
river woman | Katherena Vermette
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Pickpick

In this poetry collection Vermette focuses on rivers and on being Metis. Rivers are constant yet changing, mixing and growing. The Metis belong and miss what is gone and going. These poems are spare, most lines are fewer than 4 words. But the words are powerful. I heard about this book on the @ReadingEnvy podcast. #nativecanadian #metis

Cinfhen A lot of people are reading this book by the same author and loving it 1w
Cinfhen They both work for #Booked2019 #IndigenousAuthor 1w
AudreyMorris @Cinfhen I do want to read her novel, I really am into novels more than poetry, but I was feeling motivated. And poetry is usually quicker and I already have a pile on my nightstand!! Glad to here people are liking it!! 1w
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OriginalCyn620
Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Spring #booked2019 is done!
1. Cli-Fi
2. Social Media Focus
3. Food or Beverage on the Cover
4. Night-Oriented Title
5. Features a Musician
6. Indigenous Author

tjwill Daisy Jones was my musician pick too! 1w
BarbaraTheBibliophage Great job!! 1w
Cinfhen Fantastic!!! How was your #indigenousAuthor book??? 1w
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OriginalCyn620 @Cinfhen It was just okay for me. To me, it read like a stream of consciousness, which isn‘t my favorite. If it weren‘t for that, I probably would‘ve liked it more. 1w
Cinfhen I‘m not finding a book yet that is holding my attention for that prompt 😬 1w
OriginalCyn620 @Cinfhen Have you tried this one? Ive heard good things. (edited) 1w
Cinfhen Yes!! I read it in 2018 and it was really good. Thanks for the suggestion 💜 1w
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TrishB
The Break | Katherena Vermette
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Thanks to @Cathythoughts and @andrew61 for bringing this one to my attention!
A heart breaking story at the centre and lots of tough stories about the trials and tribulations these women have gone through. But a compelling look at families and supporting and getting each other through things.
Awesome read, tough themes.
#indigenousauthor #booked2019

PurpleyPumpkin I read this book last year (I think!) and was impressed. Difficult to read, but so worth it! 2w
Melissa_J I own this, and really need to get around to reading it one of these days. 2w
Cinfhen It‘s been sitting in my virtual book depository cart for a few weeks... I should just order it already😜so many positive reviews ! 2w
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TrishB @PurpleyPumpkin agreed 😁 2w
TrishB @Melissa_J @Cinfhen not an easy read, but a good one. 2w
Cathythoughts Great review 👍🏻♥️. It was tough & brilliant... I loved it too 2w
TrishB @Cathythoughts agree 👍🏻 2w
andrew61 Glad you enjoyed trish, a difficult subject but tackled so well. 2w
TrishB @andrew61 agree, brilliant writing! 2w
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Literaturenut
The Marrow Thieves | Cherie Dimaline
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Pickpick

This book was so moving and powerful. There wasn‘t a single piece of it that I didn‘t love. Dimaline‘s writing is beautiful and the story was so gripping.

#IndigenousAuthor #Booked2019 #31of65 #audiobook

Cinfhen This one sounds great 👍🏻 I see I‘ve previously stacked, so thanks for putting it back on my radar 😊 2w
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Cinfhen
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Insightsintobooks Aww, I wish I would have seen this. 1w
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KarenUK
The Things She's Seen | Ezekiel Kwaymullina, Ambelin Kwaymullina
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Picked up this #ARC at work today... It has such a beautiful cover! 😍..... I‘m thinking I may read this for #booked2019 for the #indigenousauthor prompt....
Aborigine authors Amelia and Ezekiel are a brother and sister from Australia, who wrote this story together....

Cinfhen Ohhh!!! Looks promising 3w
Matilda It‘s SO GOOD!! @Cinfhen 3w
Cinfhen Thanks for letting me know @Matilda will keep my eyes out for this one 🤩 3w
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Victoriahoperose
The Round House | Louise Erdrich
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This was a denser book - a bit of a slow burn, but very well written. It shows the culture of Native American people during a time or strong divide. It centers around an attack and the violence and racism that influence the hatred behind the attack. This was a really deep book with strong characters. #indigenousauthor #booked2019

Cinfhen I‘m having trouble with my indigenous author pick. Every book I‘ve started is “heavy” and I‘m not feeling it yet🤷‍♀️ 3w
Victoriahoperose @Cinfhen have you read the book I tagged? It‘s good - a little lighter in some ways. 3w
Cinfhen Yes!!! And it was sooo good, despite all the controversy surrounding him. 3w
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OriginalCyn620
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This was sad, heartbreaking, and also weird in some places. It reads like a stream of consciousness, which isn‘t my fave format. I didn‘t hate it but didn‘t love it either. #booked2019 #indigenousauthor

Cinfhen Pretty pic 🌸🌸🌸I agree, stream of consciousness doesn‘t work well for me, either 🙄 4w
BarbaraTheBibliophage Sounds like a tough read, but a unique choice for the prompt. 👊🏻♥️📚 3w
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