Reading Richard Wagamese following his passing

I checked out a digital copy of this novel upon reading of Richard Wagamese’s death last week. I’m a bit embarrassed that I hadn’t heard of him earlier, with Wagamese being a good friend of Sherman Alexie.

In the few chapters I’ve read, Wagamese shows himself to be an author of tremendous emotional and lyrical prowess.

I’ll provide some additional thoughts when I finish the book.

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