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    Interesting read.

    This book has received so many excellent reviews but the reason I decided to try it is that it’s advertising was constantly at my face (and I really loved the cover). This was an interesting reading. I was hooked from the beginning. The prologue is perhaps the best part of the book, although it made me feel guilty for being white. The portrait of the Native Americans here is not a nice one. There is a lot of anger. Some parts are heart breaking. This is a good book that works well if you take it as a collection of short stories that, at the end, a very messy end, gets connected. I liked the writing and the structure but perhaps there are two many characters (at least 12) and because of that I was emotionally detached from the whole thing. The book is too short for so many characters. Although I have rated 4 stars, this is one of those books that I can’t recommend to everyone.
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