Intersecting Lives and Redemption

9781250063267Three Rivers by Tiffany Quay Tyson, Thomas Dune, Macmillan, on our shelves now –  – Review by Larry Yoder

This is a good adult read, set somewhere around 1945 to the early 50s in the south. It tells the story of a Native American and a white woman whose lives intersect. The story is eventful, including a flood, accidental murder and a character on the run. The book is full of interesting secondary characters and shows good character development and a strong sense of place and time

The big issue that kept hitting me throughout this book is that no matter how bad life can get there is always a possibility of redemption.

Well written, with good character development and a strong sense of place and time.  Worth the price of an hardcover.

 

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