Designs of the Night SkyBook - 2002
"The voices start for Ada in the library at the Oklahoma college where she works minding the Rare Books collection, voices that seem to complain of the loss of her people's oral tradition. But, for better or worse, she's a reader and pores over the accounts of the Cherokee Removal in the early 19th century, written though they are by the Army officers in charge of the brutal relocation. She seeks solace in the Old Testament as well, looking for answers to the bitterness in her brothers, which manifests itself as they lash out at their wives and each other."
Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c2002
Branch Call Number: Fiction Glancy
Characteristics: xiv, 157 p. ; 22 cm