A story about a people we frequently forget about but were here long before most of us, immigrants on this land.
I loved the humanity, the emotion, the search for justice, and of course the voice of brave 13 year-old Joe.
I had to relisten to multiple chapters just for the pleasure of listening to the flow of the words and the telling of story (for example Nanapush)..
Reminded me a bit of Dowtown Abbey with post WWI social changes.
The narration brought the words to life, especially when passages could seem long and drawn out.
Excellent deep dive into the human mind, right and wrong, meaning of conscience, and mental illness with regards to depression.
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