07.10.2012 [Columbus Dispatch] - During the past two decades, American Indian novelist LouiseErdrich has been filling in the history of a small, fictional corner of North Dakota where an Indian reservation and a little town whose citizens are descendents of German and Swedish
29.09.2012 [Minneapolis Star Tribune] - Set in 1988 on a North Dakota reservation, the 14th novel from Pulitzer finalist LouiseErdrich is the compelling story of a 13-year-old boy thrust into manhood after his mother is the victim of a brutal crime. hide. LouiseErdrich at BirchBark Books
29.09.2012 [USA TODAY] - The Round House by LouiseErdrich (Harper, $27.99, fiction, on sale Oct. 2). What it's about: When a woman is attacked on a North Dakota reservation, her 13-year-old son, frustrated by the official investigation, sets out with his friends to get to the
28.09.2012 [Wall Street Journal] - The evil portrayed in LouiseErdrich's "The Round House" (Harper, 321 pages, $27.99), is not abetted by suburban affluence but by a discriminatory justice system. In 1988, on an Ojibwe reservation in North Dakota—the setting of most of Ms. Erdrich's
29.11.2011 LouiseErdrich is renowned for a group of novels that focus on a particular area of an Ojibwa Indian reservation in Eastern North Dakota and the nearby imaginary small town of Argus, that tell the story of four major mixed Indian families.
05.09.2012 LouiseErdrich's new novel, The Round House, is about a brutal attack on a North Dakota reservation, and what happens after that. Those who are already fans of Erdrich's writing about the American plains and modern Native ...
11.10.2012 [Santa Cruz Sentinel] - LouiseErdrich's new novel "The Round House" is the second part of what she plans as a trilogy centered on the Ojibwe native people of North Dakota. Given that the first book of that trilogy -- 2008's "A Plague of Doves" -- was a finalist for the