Reparation: A Novel of the American Great Plains by Laine Cunningham

Reparation: A Novel of the American Great Plains

byLaine Cunningham

Kobo ebook | September 8, 2016

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NATIONAL AWARD WINNER

Sharp Objects meets Everything I Never Told You in a relentlessly creepy family saga.

Perfect for viewers of “Twin Peaks,” “Dark Places,” and “Westworld.”

“Beautifully written. The work of a master craftsman.” Grady Harp, Vine Voice

“Endlessly compelling.” Writer's Digest

To save his sister, Aidan Little Boy must confront the darkness that lives in the heart of America’s frontier.

When his sister joins a group living on a remote ranch, Aidan Little Boy encourages her. For four years, he has been their mother’s caretaker and hasn’t been the brother he wants to be. The group offers Fanny new friendships and a community deeply embedded with their father’s Native American traditions.

But the ranch holds ancient secrets that threaten to spin Fanny into a darkness she is too innocent to understand. As Aidan investigates the group, he unearths a web of lies that trace back to America’s settlement. Unsure who to trust, he opens his heart to a Cherokee herbalist as they uncover a plot so shocking they must risk their own lives to save innocent ones.

Hailed as “endlessly compelling,” Reparation is an emotional tour de force about the dangers one man must face to rescue his family as well as himself.

Comparable titles: Gone Girl, Dark Places, Save Yourself, Bury This, The Girl on the Train, The Poisonwood Bible, The Silent Wife, In the Woods, Cartwheel, Carrie, Beneath the Scarlet Sky, The Horse Whisperer, American Gods, 1Q84, Blindsighted, I’m Watching You, Night, Killers of the Flower Moon, The Lost City of Z, The Light Between Oceans, The Handmaid’s Tale, They Both Die at the End, Riding Lessons, The Immortalists, The Round House, We Are Called to Rise, Calling Me Home, The Turner House, Plainsong, and Winter’s Tale.

Honorable Mention, Writer's Digest 2016 Ebook Award

Shortlisted for Three National Awards

Title:Reparation: A Novel of the American Great PlainsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 8, 2016Publisher:Sun Dogs CreationsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0982239963

ISBN - 13:9780982239964

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NATIONAL AWARD WINNER Sharp Objects meets Everything I Never Told You in a relentlessly creepy family saga. Perfect for viewers of “Twin Peaks,” “Dark Places,” and “Westworld.” “Beautifully written. The work of a master craftsman.” Grady Harp, Vine Voice “Endlessly compelling.” Writer's Digest To save his sister, Aidan Little Boy must confront the darkness that lives in the heart of America’s frontier. When his sister joins a group living on a remote ranch, Aidan Little Boy encourages her. For four years, he has been their mother’s caretaker and hasn’t been the brother he wants to be. The group offers Fanny new friendships and a community deeply embedded with their father’s Native American traditions. But the ranch holds ancient secrets that threaten to spin Fanny into a darkness she is too innocent to understand. As Aidan investigates the group, he unearths a web of lies that trace back to America’s settlement. Unsure who to trust, he opens his heart to a Cherokee herbalist as they uncover a plot so shocking they must risk their own lives to save innocent ones. Hailed as “endlessly compelling,” Reparation is an emotional tour de force about the dangers one man must face to rescue his family as well as himself. Honorable Mention, Writer's Digest 2016 Ebook Award Shortlisted for Three National Awards Laine Cunningham, a three-time recipient of The Hackney Award, writes fiction that takes readers around the world. Her debut novel, The Family Made of Dust, is set in the Australian Outback, while Reparation is a novel of the American Great Plains. She is the editor of Sunspot Literary Journal.