Hunting by Stars by Cherie Dimaline | 4.62 MB
English | 399 Pages
Title: Hunting by Stars
Author: Cherie Dimaline
The eagerly awaited sequel to the #1 national bestselling, multi-award winning The Marrow Thieves!
Picking up from where The Marrow Thieves left off, we see Frenchie in a pitch-black cell, listening to the voice of his dead mother and struggling to maintain his focus on the resistance, especially after he is reunited with his long-lost brother and learns that he is now working for the schools. But after hearing about an insidious plot to farm Indigenous babies for marrow, he returns to his agenda of resistance. But getting free won't be easy. First he has to either turn or eliminate his own brother, and then there's the fate of the entire group to consider.
Inspired by the current Canadian policies that place the welfare of Indigenous children lower than any other citizen, and the tendency to feel superior to our more publicly shameful American neighbours (as has been a part of the conversations in Atwood's work around Gilead), The Marrow Thieves...