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Ragged Company by Richard Wagamese: Having read this on recommendation by my social worker, after she found out about my shared $1-million lottery win with co-workers, this was a relatively quick read for me. Penned by a leading First Nations author, this book’s approach at telling the story through the eyes of all of the major characters involved helped to provide some perspective. I am not sure how much of the story itself would be likely to unfold as it did, if it were to happen in real life, but that is the point of works of fiction, no?

September 1, 2018 2018 reviews books


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