In the Night of Memory by Linda LeGarde Grover
From University of Minnesota Press
A story of the struggles of two Ojibwe Indigenous women.
A compelling story of a journey home of two girls, Azure and Rain . Their hardships and struggles after being placed in the foster care system.
With its creative multi layered different points of view, the story moves along beautifully.
A powerful and poetic story that is Heart wrenching. A realistic fiction.
The characters are well developed and the story style flows.
A moving and sometimes tragic look
look at the years of foster homes and separation . With the help of the family members and the Indian Child Welfare Act , they eventually reunited.
The story is gripping and thought provoking.
Thanks for this complimentary copy for an honest review
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