(This book cannot be returned.)
Abject poverty. Utter tragedy. What if the only way to find yourself is to lose who you thought you were?
Life on a reservation isn't easy.
Nadie is a bright young teen that scorns the ways of her Cree band.
Neglect and abuse are all too common. When tragedy strikes, tradition and ritual provide her little comfort.
Grief-stricken, Nadie sets off on a quest to the white man's land in search of something better.
Instead, she finds darkness. Prejudice and discrimination.
In her search for wholeness, Nadie discovers that traditions might be more than just empty rituals.
They can be the path to healing and the journey home.
A poignant, Native American Cree saga, full of all the feels. Perfect if you love a heartfelt coming-of-age story that encourages healing from the roots up.
Read it today.