Currie offers a light, bittersweet story, filtered through the innocence of children, that comes full circle. She does this with an ease that is endearing and educational.... Drawing on her own experience discovering her Cayuga identity, Currie offers a tender, resonant tale. - Kirkus Reviews
Currie manages to bring together an enlightening and interesting read, while also refraining from sanitizing the heart of the issues she addresses. Her works are blunt, honest, and refreshingly warm, and are an important addition to the growing number of literary works by authors of First Nations descent. - Bramptonist
The Mask That Sang forces readers to confront the ongoing impact of the mistreatment of Canada’s aboriginal peoples, yet at the same time it offers a hopeful and positive perspective, focused on healing and the importance of embracing one’s community and culture. - Quill & Quire
Currie has crafted a haunting and sometimes bittersweet novel that touches upon the lost generation of First Nation children. - Canadian Children's Book News
The Mask That Sang reminds us all about the importance of following our path and honouring our culture by knowing where we came from and being proud of who we are. - EFTO Voice
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