by Welwyn Wilton Katz (Goodreads Author)
Thirteen-year-old Laney is not happy caught between her divorced parents, but she’s learning to adjust. One day Laney bumps into her classmate Tom, who is of white and Iroquois descent. Walking in the nearby bog, they discover two terrifying false-face Indian masks. But even more horrible is what lies beneath them. As the mystery unfolds, Laney, troubled by the animosity b...more
Paperback, 155 pages
Published September 25th 2001 by Groundwood Books
(first published November 30th 1988)
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I honestly don't know about this book. I have read it a few times and I still cannot decide if i like it or not. When I preteen reading it for class I thought it exciting and racy, but with a rushed ending. As an adult I feel that it touches on many tsensative topics but fails to resolve any of them. I think this book will always fall into that grey area, neither liked nor hated.
Everyone has interests. Some people like my father had very few but he knew everything about them and received an OBE for the work he did on one of them during the second world war. Obviously this anecdote shows that having only a few interests isn't a bad thing. However, sometimes I think that the more things people are interested in, the more chance they have of becoming a traditionally publishe...moreMore about Welwyn Wilton Katz...