Wandering stars

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Following its unforgettable characters through almost two centuries of history, from the horrors of the Sand Creek Massacre of 1865 to the aftermath of a mass shooting in the early 21st century, ‘Wandering Stars’ is an indelible novel of America’s war on its own people. It is also the tender, shattering story of many generations of a Native American family, struggling to find ways through displacement, addiction and pain, towards home and hope.

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Discover the story of a Native American community told through the generations, from the prize-winning author of There There

** THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES TOP 10 BESTSELLER **

No one knows how to express tenderness and yearning like Tommy Orange’ Louise Erdrich, author of The Night Watchman

Following its unforgettable characters through almost two centuries of history, from the horrors of the Sand Creek Massacre of 1864 to the aftermath of a shooting in the early 21st century, Wandering Stars is an indelible novel of America’s war on its own people.

It is also the tender, shattering story of many generations of a Native American family, searching for ways through displacement, addiction and pain, towards home and hope.

Readers of Orange’s classic debut There There will know some of these characters and will be eager to learn what happened to Orvil Red Feather after the Oakland Powwow. New readers will discover a wondrous novel of poetry, music, rage and love, from one of the most astonishing voices of his generation.

‘A towering achievement’ New York Times
‘As vital as air’ Guardian
‘Wondrous’ Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, author of Chain-Gang All-Stars
‘This novel is alive’ Tess Gunty, author of The Rabbit Hutch

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Weight0.42 kg
Dimensions23.2 × 15.4 × 2.6 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

320

Language

English

Edition

Export ed

Dewey

813.6 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K