by Kathi Wallace
There Mary has to learn to deal with a whole new world, a completely different set of expectations. Pitied for her lack of understanding of her people, she must learn what it means to be Assiniboin and who she is. To do that, she must find her true name.
I've found that I'm not as great about reading Ebooks, but I swear to get better! I received a copy of this awhile back and slowly read some here, forgot about it, and then read some more. Yeah, I'm bad...
So, today, I said "Kristen, this is ridiculous, just bloody well finish it!". And I did!
Now, what did I think?
I was a bit critical at first of the shortness of the book, especially towards the end, but I found that Kathi wrapped it up quite well.
There was a lot more drama in it than I expected. I really fell in love with the split point of views, where Mary's visions would take over and the readers were blasted into the past. It was really enjoyable and true to the prejudices that still exist today in some parts of America.