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    You Don't Have to Say You Love Me

    The book was okay but less than exceptional. I found it disjointed with poetry inserted here and there sometimes seeming to be unrelated to the story line. The writer does a good job of describing the jealousy and mistrust that can exist in Indigenous communities. At times the writing came across as "trying to be artsy" especially when taking side trips into unconventional poetry, rather than just attempting to be an accomplished writer. Like the guy who clowns and pretends to not take himself seriously when unsure of himself.

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