My Mother Is Now Earthby Mark Anthony Rolo
". . . the memory of my mother came to me like a drifting scent in the breeze, swirling through the branches of a nearby cedar tree. I was drawn back [35 years] to the day I learned she had passed on. But that autumn day of 1973 did not grip me with deep sadness, the burden of never seeing her again. I was looking at that day from a new angle, a distant view that
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I deeply connected with the story and the author's writing style. Our family moved to Northern Minnesota in the early 70's too. I understood the poverty, the "live off the land" idea, and how life was coming from a large family. The author accuratedly portrayed the life near Big Falls, too. Our book club liked this book.