A fantastic collection of stories from one of America's most distinguished writers.
Sherman Alexie is the author of Reservation Blues, Indian Killer, and The Toughest Indian in the World. His books have earned him a citation from the PEN Hemingway Award for Best First Book of Fiction, the Before Columbus Foundation's America Book Award and the Murray Morgan Prize.
"[Written] with engaging humour and acuity... These stories irreverently explore the yearning for the sacred" * Guardian * "Arresting and funny" * Times Literary Supplement * "Intensely absorbing...Like Raymond Chandler, small deeds ripple through these lives without necessarily changing them, but Alexie's rich tales will certainly affect, if not change, yours" * Scotsman * "Alexie's painfully funny and astute stories chase the dilemmas of the Spokane diaspora, stripped of any myth or presumption of what Indian might be" * Independent * "A potent collection that takes a swipe at modern life and gives it a universal human face" * Herald *