Recounting the story of Saul Indian Horse and his remarkable journey from a northern Ojibway child torn from his family and placed in one of Canada’s notorious Catholic residential schools, to a man who ultimately finds his place in the world, Richard Wagamese’s best-selling novel rose to critical acclaim when first published in 2012.
“…raw and authentic.”
“Wagamese pulls off a fine balancing act: exposing the horrors of the country’s residential schools while also celebrating Canada’s national game.”
“…Wagamese crafts an unforgettable work of art.”
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The film adaptation of Richard Wagamese’s Indian Horse was nominated in five categories of the 2018 Leo