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    A beautiful read.

    4.5/5. I just finished LaRose and it feels completely bittersweet; I'm happy because it was such a beautiful read, but I'm sad that it's over. I wasn't engaged with this story until somewhere around page 100, when I suddenly found myself utterly engrossed. Erdrich's writing is masterful, lyrical, funny, moving, true (all the good things). I cared about these people, and I genuinely felt humbled by what this story is about: the unwavering and powerful love of an Ojibwe family, and the history that defines them. There's so much to LaRose. This is a book I can see myself returning to over the years, and learning something new each time. I look forward to it.
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