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    Engaging read.

    I knew before I finished the first page that I would enjoy this book. I loved the author’s voice from the start and was instantly transported to 19th century Wyoming, amongst the dust and dirt of the small mining town, where Chinese immigration and increasing racial prejudice has divided the inhabitants of Carter, started rifts in families and fuelled hatred. However amongst the hardship a friendship between a foundling child and a young boy grows and the love story unfolds. I loved every word, every description and empathised with every character in this novel and when Jo became a man, I found I even had a soft spot for cowboys too. This book was effortless to read, yet I learnt so much. The author’s research was meticulous and the issues she raised in her storyline still resonate today. Harris holds up a mirror to our values and judgements in a unique and engaging way. Well worth a read.

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