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The Marrow Thieves has been a Canadian bestseller for over a year and continues to hold a spot on the Globe and Mail Canadian fiction list, nearly two years after publication. Harper is a Vancouver-based TV writer and producer, whose background includes work on the current hit crime drama Cardinal, ABC summer thriller Somewhere Between, and ...

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Native & Indigenous YA Authors by JeffcoTeens - a staff-created list : Celebrate Native American and Indigenous authors, in November and any time of year. Dip in to this sampling of North American authors, and then add some of your own favorites to your reading list!

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Sep 30, 2018 · The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline Published September 1, 2017 The market is saturated with dystopian YA novels these days and, like many readers, I’m a little fatigued by the genre, yet Cherie Dimaline’s award-winning The Marrow Thieves is an important and engaging addition to the canon.

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Mar 22, 2018 · Beyond these qualities, *The Marrow Thieves* is a smart, skeptical, and scary consideration of the continuing extractive hunger of settler colonial Canada, posited on a simple premise: in a future of environmental collapse, settlers have lost the power to dream, but Indigenous peoples haven't--their dreams are embodied, and now settlers want to pull that power from their very marrow. Of course he really meant it was my turn to have my hand and face within 12 inches of powerful hyena jaws. I read somewhere that hyenas have the most powerful jaws of any carnivore on earth. All the better to crush bones to get at their marrow. Since I cherish my hand and face marrow, I took a pass on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

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In this dark world, Frenchie and his companions struggle to survive as they make their way up north to the old lands. For now, survival means staying hidden – but what they don’t know is that one of them holds the secret to defeating the marrow thieves. TL;DR, spoiler-free review: Interesting premise on which the book doesn’t quite deliver. Uses strange narrative techniques and has a problematic ending.

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Frenchie ultimately learns to take pride in his identity as a young Indigenous man and in his family, and eventually comes to terms with his failings. Frenchie Quotes in The Marrow Thieves The The Marrow Thieves quotes below are all either spoken by Frenchie or refer to Frenchie. You follow the story of fifteen-year-old Frenchie who has been separated from his family and has since joined up with another smaller group of Natives just trying to stay alive. If the premise sounds a bit far off, like dreams in bone marrow, it is because it is and it was my major fault with this book.

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