This Tender Land [Book Review] #ThrowBackThursday

October 28, 2021

This Tender Land by William Kent Kreuger
#throwbackthursday

This Tender Land Review

Genre/Categories/Setting: Historical Fiction, Coming of Age, Adventure, Great Depression

In 2020, I decided to systematically revisit my older review posts and update them. On Thursdays, I’ll be re-sharing a few of these great reads. Today, I’m re-sharing a compelling historical fiction story from a popular author, This Tender Land by William Kent Kreuger

I’m linking up today with Davida @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog for #throwbackthursday.

*This post contains Amazon affiliate links.

My Summary:

“During the Great Depression, four orphans escape from the Lincoln School in Minnesota, an unhappy and perilous home/institution for Native American children where they had little food, harsh punishments, and suffered abuse. This quartet of miserable children consists of rebellious, free-spirited, and harmonica-playing Odie; his responsible and conscientious older brother Albert; their best friend and Native American, Mose; and a brokenhearted little girl named Emmy. The foursome makes their escape in a canoe down the Gilead River toward the Mississippi in search of a safe place to call home and people to love them. They become found family to each other and survive encounters with all types of people.”

A journey to find safety, love, and home….

Continue here for my full review of This Tender Land…



QOTD:

Have you read This Tender Land or is it on your TBR?

 

13 thoughts on “This Tender Land [Book Review] #ThrowBackThursday

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