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    The Marrow Thieves

    Such an amazing read. Once I started reading I just couldn’t put this book down. It’s most definitely a page turned and it kept me sitting on the edge of my seat with a need to know what was going to happen next.
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    Wow!

    Set in a catastrophic future, indigenous peoples find they are the only ones left who can dream. Others hunt them to harvest those dreams. This adventure follows a small group of indigenous youth and elders as they seek safety in the north. Their personal growth leads to overall gain but not without painful loss.
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    Excellent adventure story! Highly recommended!

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story. Great adventure and fantastic example of a dystopian future. It was a great read. Originally from Northern Ontario near where the book takes place I was also reminded of the beauty of the landscape of the area (though the book depicts otherwise). I hope the author is complimented by my reference to Joseph Boyden in comparing her level of writing craft to his. Excellent read! Highly recommended.
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    The Marrow Thieves

    I was halfway through this book when all the symbolism made itself clear and hit me like a ton of bricks. It moved me. I need to read it again, and soon.
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    Thought provoking look at a culture in crisis

    This book offers insight into a culture in crisis. It takes place in the future and explores the decline of a way of life unlike anything I have read. The prose is beautiful. We experience the story through the main character, a Metis teenager named Francis, or Frenchy. He is on a journey to claim back the traditional ways with a group of people of different ages and indigenous cultures. I highly recommend going on this journey with him to get an understanding of what it means to lose a way of life at the hands of another society that think their ways are best.
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