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"The daring account of a strong-willed woman who defeated poverty, racism, alcohol and drug addiction by the age of thirty-three." (Saturday Night)
"You can almost feel this book vibrating in your hands, it is so compelling. You read it with a kind of agonized, heart-in-the-mouth sensation, halfway between laughter and tears.... Truth is stronger than fiction." (Victoria Times-Colonist)
MARIA CAMPBELL was born and raised in a northern Saskatchewam Metis community. An author and community worker, her many books include Achimoona (1985) and Stories of the Road Allowance People (1995).