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GO BUY NOW. Amazing & beautiful. Will make you look with a new perspective at life & the history that connects us all. Couldn't put it down and four days after finishing it I am still thinking about it. Read it. Why are you still reading this - go buy it.

These Things Hidden by Heather Gudenkauf

With her brilliant opening, Erdrich pulled me right into the cold northern plains of the 1930's where childhood could be harsh and there were no do-over's for errors in parentage and parenting. Told from multiple points of view by a handful of strong characters over forty years, this was a fast and fulfilling read. The Beet Queen by Louise Erdrich.

Adding to the list. . .

Small Wonder by Barbara Kingsolver

There but for the, by Ali Smith

Breakfast with Buddha / Merullo