Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Firekeeper's Daughter (YA) (audio)

 Daunis is a 18 year old who feels she doesn't belong in either world, the Ojibwe world and the rest of the world.  Her one set of grandparents would not allow her Ojibwe fathers name on her birth certificate but she still has learned the way of her people so not quite fully in either other world.  When a new kid comes to town, plays hockey and manages to get on Daunis' brother Levi's team, she starts to fall for this new guy, until at a party one night she sees her best friend get shot and killed, by her meth head ex. Now Daunis finds herself undercover and looking for a new meth.

This is a exciting full of action, and suspense book with a awesome behind the scenes look of the Ojibwe way of things.  Isabella Star LaBlanc is a great narrator of this book, she keeps it going and makes you feel like you are there helping Daunis get through all of the negative to help show her there are positives things to look forward too as well.  This is a book you just can't put down so I hope you all will like it as much as I did.

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