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The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline: The 2018/2019 pick for the One Book One London, collaborative reading campaign—The Marrow Theives is an easy, and unfortunately uneventful young fiction read. Although the themes throughout the book, about: belonging, community, culture, identity, race, relationships, and the unfortunate history which our current nation (Canada) was built upon, are important for their own reasons and the collective at large, I found the story line a repetitive at times and without the depth I would have like to have read. Given that this is a young adult read perhaps I shouldn’t hold much against it, and given that I haven’t been all that impressed with the previous year’s picks for the One Book One London campaign, it’s probably in-line with what I should have expected.

February 24, 2019 2019 one book one london race indigenous reviews books

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