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Wandering Stars

Tommy Orange

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This is a shattering exploration of addiction and generational trauma in Indigenous communities in the United States. Set over 150 years, from the Sand Creek Massacre in 1864 to the modern day, we witness the effects of the prolonged, ongoing violence of colonisation and genocide from the United States' war against its own people. This is both a highly relevant, necessary read, as well as a beautiful tale and a powerful plea for justice. The glimpses of hope and humour beam like stars in the night sky, which will shine ever brighter against the darkness of the world.

Discover the story of a Native American community told through the generations, from the author of the New York Times bestseller There There

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.

Publisher: Random House
Binding: Paperback
Publication date: 21 Mar 2024
Dimensions: 154 x 234 x 28 mm
ISBN: 9781787304567