Praise for Richard Wagamese and Starlight:
"Starlight feels fully formed. . . . The prose is both musical and hard-edged, bending to match the rhythms of life in the wild, on the farm and in the desolate skid-row bards of distant cities. A captivating and ultimately uplifting read, and the last we'll enjoy from on of our best writers." —Toronto Star
"[A] triumph. . . . This is an important story to know and to experience, from an artist cut down at the height of his powers." —Winnipeg Free Press
"A wonderful and moving story, both tragic and hopeful." —Regina Leader-Post
"What Wagamese does with this novel is set stunning scenes and deliver a moving story about the power of family even if it is an accidental one." —Vancouver Sun
"Richard Wagamese divined the secrets of human scars and knew that broken people are the strangest and most extraordinary people of all." —Louise Erdrich, New York Times
"Wagamese manages the nuances of betrayal and redemption with uncommon artistry. Medicine Walk is a breathtaking novel of sorrow, hope and polished steel." —Thomas King, author of The Inconvenient Indian.
"He is such a master of empathy—of delineating the experience of time passing, of lessons being learned, of tragedies being endured—that what [his characters discover] becomes something the reader learns, as well, shocking and alien, valuable and true." —Jane Smiley, Globe and Mail
"Richard Wagamese's writing is sweet medicine for the soul." —Richard Van Camp, author of The Lesser Blessed
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