|To Order Click on Amazon Search Box|
I'm usually not a fan of Louise Erdrich, but her novel titled THE ROUND HOUSE (debuting October 2nd) is a devastating tale of a hate crime and the ramifications that follow. It sounds more than intriguing...
Reviewers have compared it to To Kill A Mockingbird and have called it "moving, complex, and surprisingly uplifting."
Without revealing much, a woman living on an Indian
reservation in North Dakota is attacked. Totally traumatized, she refuses to reveal the circumstances. Her son takes it upon himself to find answers and is thrust into an unfamiliar world.
Reviewers are calling THE ROUND HOUSE a "brilliant and entertaining novel about injustice..."
Sound Familar? Injustice and hate crimes..happening everyday in our world.
WHO IS THIS AUTHOR?
Louise Erdrich lives in Minnesota and owns an independent book store. She was a finalist for the Pulitzer and the National Book Awards and is the author of thirteen novels, children's books, and a memoir of early motherhood. Her most recent novel, THE PLAGUE OF DOVES was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.