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    More than worthy of winning of Canada Reads 2014, this novel presents a painful history we, as one people, must come to grips with. Every bit as thrilling as it is poignant.
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    really interesting

    loved the way it was written in a three person perspective. Historical story telling is incredibly interesting.loved it!
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    Amazing book!

    This book has forever changed my outlook regarding the early settlers into North America (particularily the missionaries), and also changed the way I once viewed aboriginal spirituality.
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    The Orenda

    I found it difficult in the beginning to follow the switch from one character to the next. But soon was able to pick up on each character's tone. It is an emotionnaly tense read. It took me into a world that I thought I knew ... but didn't. And now I do.
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    An untapped and neglected heritage.

    This reading transported me back over 50 years to giscovering the accounts of "Radisson and Groselier" Voyagers in Toronto junior high. Barbarism and purity in coexisting tradition.
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