The Winter Loon

The Winter Loon

by Lori Henriksen

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ISBN-13: 9780997740608
Publisher: Lori Henriksen
Publication date: 06/16/2017
Pages: 350
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.78(d)

About the Author

Lori Henriksen is an indie author who worked as a social worker and family therapist in San Francisco, California before turning to writing. She now lives in Oregon, surrounded by forest where trails weave through the trees, following and crossing a creek with crashing waterfalls. When she isn't writing she can be found hiking the forest with her rescue dogs. More information and her blog can be found at www.lorihenriksen.com.

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The Winter Loon 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 20 days ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I find it difficult to write a review for a book as touching and hopeful as The Winter Loon. Most often it is very painful to look at the history of LGBTQ folks trying to live their lives honestly. Our history has been brutal and uniquely personal in our march towards liberty. The Winter Loon takes a look at the life of a lesbian in the mid1900s; her family, her friends, her loves and her journey to be herself amongst them without apology. The characters are incredibly well written, each of them jumping off the page as fully developed people you can relate to and picture as having a place in your life. The lead character Ruth has many struggles, adversities and tragedies in her life. She is not always able to pull herself out of them on her own but manages with the help of her community to find a hopeful place and a create a life worth living. So often LGBTQ themed historical fiction is tragic and hard to read. It is a breath of fresh air to find a book that, though it has its share of tragedy, carries an air of hope. It is a reminder that community is what carries us through and that all of our participation is vital whether we ever know it or not. Cherry Robinson Psy. D. Lesbian and Environmental Activist, Trainer, and Teacher