When Sheriff Walt Longmire is injured in pursuit of a suspect, he finds himself hovering in an ambiguous spiritual limbo where the past lives on.
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‘The Marrow Thieves’ explores a dystopian indigenous world
What happens when we stop dreaming? And what if we could steal the dreams of someone else and take them for our own? Would we do it, even if it meant the destruction of the people we’re stealing from? That question is at the heart of The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline (2017). This Young AdultContinue reading “‘The Marrow Thieves’ explores a dystopian indigenous world”
Currently Reading, 1 March 2021
My current read is a book recommended by my friend Ana, which just happened to be available at the library when I checked their online catalog. It’s The Marrow Thieves by Canadian author Cherie Dimaline (2017). The library blurb is enticing: “In a future world ravaged by global warming, people have lost the ability toContinue reading “Currently Reading, 1 March 2021”