Through Black Spruce by Joseph Boyden

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Annie Bird regularly visits her uncle, Will, a former Cree bush pilot as he lies in a coma in Moose Factory, Ontario’s hospital. She tells him of her plight to find her missing sister, Suzanne. His accounts of his life are interspersed with her story. It’s a multi-faceted novel about family, friendship, love, illusion, tradition, revelation, nature, and acceptance.

Gwenamon says: Yes!

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