Amy Rubinate and Nick Podehl do justice to the superbly developed characters in this captivating story. The book is written and narrated with such skill that the listener begins to see through the eyes of the boarding school students and feel with the heart of each character. It would be hoped that this book would be added to Junior High and High School Reading lists and included in classroom discussions.This neglected chapter of the history of Native Americans has waited too long to be told. It's audience reaches far beyond young adult readers. In addition to adding to our cultural awareness, this compelling story is difficult to set aside both while listening and after.
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A fascinating story sensitively written and read.
The pace of Amy Rubinate's reading matches well with the flow and intensity of the events of the story.
The reader was easy to listen to, allowing the voice of the character to dominate.
The quality of the writing, substance of the story and the flow of the reading.
Her voice was easy to listen to. She enhanced the character, rather getting in the way of the character. She did justice to a quality story.
Yes, but it was too long, so I need to listen over several days.
I was frustrated to have to wait for the next book in the series, but glad to know that more was to come.
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