Wandering Spirit's Last Song

Wandering Spirit s Last Song War Chief Wandering Spirit is charged with a horrible crime he didn t commit Feared and hated outcast and reviled the River People become the most hunted animal in North America Only one man has the
  • Title: Wandering Spirit's Last Song
  • Author: Rose Christo
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  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Wandering Spirit's Last Song
    War Chief Wandering Spirit is charged with a horrible crime he didn t commit Feared and hated, outcast and reviled, the River People become the most hunted animal in North America Only one man has the power to clear their name and he doesn t want to Based on the true story of the Frog Lake Massacre.
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  • The big question with any Rose Christo novel On a scale of OMG how many natives are going be massacred in this novel, where does this book rate between White Buffalo Calf Warriors and The Place Where They Cried I d say at about an 8.5 So yes, this is a sad story with few survivors and lots of betrayal, but as usual, it is beatifully written and the MC is fascinating Despite the depressing topic, I keep coming to these sort of books by Rose Christo, because they instill a sense of beauty and loss [...]


  • My love for this author keeps growing Seriously, she writes emotional sad whatever way you want to put it well I can t recommend her books enough



  • So agonising as to be almost impossible to read But it must be read.Rose Christo s skill in giving a voice to the people whose voice has been taken away, who have been rendered non people, is irresistable It not only plays a part in righting injustice played out long ago by making the patient sufferers into real, if fictional, people, but it has implications for the present as well Our tendency is still to make people invisible if they arouse our discomfort, anxiety or guilt Women, the disabled, [...]




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