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The Master Butchers Singing Club

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Wow - I Love This Woman

I have been reading Louise Erdrich for years and now I make a point to hunt her down when I visit the book store. Fidelis stole my heart from the beginning. As a great-grandchild of German immigrants I felt like he was sitting on a branch of my family tree. Delph...
I have been reading Louise Erdrich for years and now I make a point to hunt her down when I visit the book store. Fidelis stole my heart from the beginning. As a great-grandchild of German immigrants I felt like he was sitting on a branch of my family tree. Delphine is the woman I wished I could be. So daring and honest her actions are not predestined as much as inevitable. The story moved briskly along making me laugh and cry until the all too soon end. Beginning at World War I and continuing into World War II, our heroes try to more than just survive as the try to make a living and protect the flawed people they love. Erdrich creates people who will live on forever.

posted by Anonymous on May 19, 2007

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

What did I miss!!!

We read this book as part of our book club. Although the writing style and character development may have been well done, the story was torturous for me. I thought the author made the book unnecessarily depressing. I only kept reading to see if the story could get wo...
We read this book as part of our book club. Although the writing style and character development may have been well done, the story was torturous for me. I thought the author made the book unnecessarily depressing. I only kept reading to see if the story could get worse. All but one in our book club felt the same way. I do recognize as I read the reviews that I am in the minority, but I want to warn others who don't want to end a book in a state of depression of the content of this book. At the end I did not feel moved, enlightened, or better off for having read the book.

posted by Anonymous on November 1, 2004

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