Book Review: Cloudburst by Joshua Seidlcategories: Book, Great Lakes Region, Anishinabe, Euro-American, Métis, American Indian Freedom of Religion Law, Inculturation
Author: Joshua Seidl SSP
CloudburstI read the current second edition. It is an accurate description using historical fiction, of the progression of Indigenous civil rights in this country. Realistic, unassuming characters face important issues. The reader all but develops a relationship with the book's main characters. Civil rights issues, real living situations, are approached from tri-cultural views, Euro-American, Native and Metis (mixed race) in everyday settings. I found it a fantastic journey through modern history, 1917 to the fist decade of the 21st century.
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