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Firekeepers DaughterFirekeeper s Daughter by Angeline Boulley is one of the most powerful and important books I Ve Ever Read It ve ever read It my heart feel so full and broken at the same time As a Ling t reader I appreciated how unapologetically Anishinaabe this novel was in it s use of The Craving language traditions and culture that created such a rich world The community was so real and visceral I feltike I knew the characters and I absolutely The Murder Exchange loved all of it This book shines a valuableight on Anishinaabe people and issues which many other Indigenous communities ac While this has not become a new favourite Love in Catalina Cove (Catalina Cove like I thought it might I highly encourage all readers to consider picking up this book I know we all feel differently about what a three star rating means but please know that I did really enjoy reading this But what s I just think this book deals with so many important thingsThe best way I can pitch this story is something along theines of an Indigenous Veronica Mars But unlike Neptune this world balances than just the haves and the have nots but also the dynamics of the Ojibwe community and those outside of which Daunis our biracial protagonist knows well The complexities of the Native community are explored beautifully at The Million Dollar Goal least from this reader s perspective and while I never feltike I was being Securing Caite lectured to I nonetheless wanted to know However muchike Neptune there are some dark depths both in this setting and this community so bear that in mind and seek out content warnings if you reuire themIf you ve made it to the end of this review and if you haven t already done so I would highly recommend you also search out some ownvoices reviews35 starsFull #REVIEW TO COME I RECEIVED AN # to come I received an from the publisher thank you in exchange for an honest review What a gut punch of a book Firekeeper s Daughter is not an easy read but it s well worth the time and emotional investment Daunis Fontaine has never been fully accepted by either of her communities because of her white mother and Ojibwe father but she tries her best to honor the traditional ways of her family and be a strong Ojibwe woman After a traumatic event Daunis agrees to help the FBI as a confidential informant to discover the people behind the reservation s recent spike in meth Her investigation will take her places she never expects and force her to confront ideas and situations beyond anything she could have imaginedFirekeeper s Daughter explores Ojibwe culture and modern Native American Trudy life including the harsher realities of being a Native American in the US The book is peppered with Ojibweanguage but always with enough context to figure out what it meant or the English translation which kept it from being overwhelming There are so many aspects of Native American culture I know nothing about so it was very interesting to earn the politics of tribal enrollment and per capita tribal income from Daunis perspective Although I wouldn t consider this an issue book it definitely handles some very Debut author Angeline Boulley crafts a groundbreaking YA thriller about a Native teen who must root out the corruption in her community for readers of Angie Thomas and Tommy Orange As a biracial unenrolled tribal member and the product of a scandal eighteen year old Daunis Fontaine has never uite fit in both in her hometown and on the nearby Ojibwe reservation Daunis dreams of studying medicine but when her family is struck by. Eavy topics including drugs racism and violence against women They are all handled well within the context of the story but this is definitely a book for mature teens and up Overall I highly recommend Firekeeper s Daughter to mature teens and adults who want a well written crime story that also explores modern Ojibwe The Unlikeliest Hero: The Story of Desmond T. Doss life This is a stunning debut from Angeline Boulley set in Sault Ste Marie in Michigan s Upper Peninsula amongst the Native American Ojibwe community 18 year old Daunis Fontaine is biracial an unenrolled tribal member the child of a scandal who whilst never uite fitting in with her fragile and vulnerable white mother s family nor the other half of her Indigenous family and community neverthelessives her daily ife immersed in both She is weighed by down by the disappointing oss of her Uncle David a teacher a meth death and the stroke suffered by GrandMary they say bad uck comes in threes Daunis is sincerely hoping not A gifted scientist Daunis has put off going to the University of Michigan and is instead intending to attend college ocally with her ifelong best friend Lily Chippeway *so that she can be there for her mother Hockey mad Daunis agrees to act as ambassador and introduce *that she can be there for her mother Hockey mad Daunis agrees to act as ambassador and introduce player Jamie to the area and community as he joins her on her early morning runsThe first part of the book embeds the reader into Daunis s ife and history her close relationship with her protective hockey playing half brother Levi Daunis s BOSH!: The Cookbook: Simple Recipes. 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All Plants. life and history her close relationship with her protective hockey playing half brother Levi the rest of her indigenous family including her badass Aunt Teddie We are immersed in the historical atrocities and racism that have marked the painful history of the tribes along with a picture of the culture structures contemporary politics traditional medicine rituals ceremonies tribal elders with everyday community and family interactions There is a focus on the growing blight ofives Confessions of an Air Ambulance Doctor lost to meths with the rising numbers ofost boys and girls as can be seen with Travis Lily s ex boyfriend There is prodigious use of and explanation of indigenous words and concepts the teachings of the good w Daunis Fontaine is the product of a teen pregnancy in a scandalous relationship between a wealthy white female and a tribal member on the Ojibwe reservation She has never felt she fits in someone needs to stop me from reading previews on netgalley because im obviously not mentally stable enough to get really invested only for it to end on a major cliffhanger helpeither way i was not sure if i wanted to read this but now i am this starts really slow but i kinda enjoyed the build up this way when the cliffhanger thing happened i actually cared about the characters and what was happeningi can t say anything about the accuracy of the representation but i thought it was so interesting to read about it the author did an excellent job at weaving it through this book without it feeling Mr. Jelly's Business like a major info dumpmy predictions are that this book will continue to be well written will become twisty and that il. Tragedy she puts her future on hold to care for her fragile mother The only bright spot is meeting Jamie the charming new recruit on her brother Levi’s hockey team Yet even as Daunis falls for Jamie certain details don’t add up and she senses the dashing hockey star is hiding something Everything comes to ight when Daunis witnesses a shocking murder thrusting her into the heart of a criminal investigation Reluctantly Dau. ,

Summary Firekeepers Daughter

Hopefully be blown away all i can tell for sure is that i am seriously in need of the full book blog bookstagram do yall see this coverARE YOU SEEING THIS COVERthe flavor is immaculate I iterally could not put this book down Read over a few hours from early evening to the early hours of the morning I was glued to Firekeeper s Daughter a stunning YA debut by Angeline Boulley that is harrowing disturbing triggering informative beautiful transcendent It s a thriller but also a cultural story a coming of age tale and a tale of Gökyüzü Mavi Kaldı love between individuals and within an Ojibwe community and Boulley does a really tremendous job weaving all of these elements together and reallyetting her protagonist our heroine Daunis come to the fore as a teen making sense of her past finding her place in the present and charting her futureI went in knowing almost nothing about this book got reeled in by the colors and illustration of the cover and was caught off guard by the combination of the easily accessible writing and the depth and richness of Daunis describing her Anishinaabe community that she is both of and *apart from as a half white unenrolled member of the tribe I was *from as a half white unenrolled member of the tribe I was completely caught off guard for the evel of horrifying violence that ensued in the narrative especially State violence for the evel of horrifying violence that ensued in the narrative especially State violence racism domestic violence sexual violence and violence against women The story infuses of these violent incidents towards the climax of the novel and Boulley forces the reader to confront the past and present injustices done towards Indigenous peoples across the United States and especially Indigenous women while still keeping us wrapped in the arger story and demonstrating clearly that Daunis and the other Anishinaabe kwe are also the arger story and demonstrating clearly that Daunis and the other Anishinaabe kwe are also with power and agency and will be greeted and treated holistically on their own terms It takes a skilled storyteller to deliver both an important because of the issues book and a narratively brilliant book and Boulley is an expert I don t think I THIEME Atlas of Anatomy: Head and Neuroanatomy ll say much to allow readers to experience Firekeeper s Daughter for themselves without too many spoilers But this was a really phenomenal surprising heartrending read and I could definitely see this breaking out of YAike The Hate U Give did 5 stars This was a fun YA mystery thriller that tied in the identity of being Anishinaabe kwe I think that YA mysteries aren t totally for me and found some of the plot points to be too convenient There is also a fake dating trope in here that I didn t ove so for those reasons this wasn t a new favorite That being said the characters were interesting especially allll the grandmas and aunties The hockey element will excite my Canadian friends for sure and this was generally a good time I m giving this 5 stars on goodreads because I think the Anishinaabe rep in itself is so important and powerful especially after seeing ownvoices reviews of this book Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for this ARC HELLO LOOK AT THIS COVER. Nis agrees to go undercover but secretly pursues her own investigation tracking down the criminals with her knowledge of chemistry and traditional medicine But the deceptions and deaths keep piling up and soon the threat strikes too close to home Now Daunis must earn what it means to be a strong Anishinaabe kwe Ojibwe woman and how far she'll go to protect her community even if it tears apart the only world she’s ever known.