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Two Trails Narrow follows the lives of two Algonquin half breeds, Ryman McGregor and Abraham Scott, who united as wannabe escapees from the harsh hands of the Jesuit priests at St. Xavier's Residential School outside Spaniards Bay on Lake Ontario. With the help of a kind man and Ryman's sister, they are successful in their escape from the priests and their RCMP trackers. ...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published February 1st 2008 by Theytus Books
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Jan 28, 2009 Tigerlily rated it it was amazing
I loved this book. An adventurous page turner about life, death, soul, war, spirit, humanity. I laughed, I cried, I held my breath, I sighed while reading Stephan's words. Similar to recent Giller winner Joseph Boyden's Three Day Road who offers a nice blurb on the back cover.

Stephan has done his research into the participation o of First Nations people in Canada's war history. He balances this by sharing the experiences of Belle and Brenda and the corps of Canadian nurses also on the battlefiel
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Aug 18, 2011 Ann Doyon rated it it was amazing
Stephen McGregor’s Two Trails Narrow is an exceptional book. It brings to life the liberation of Holland in World War II as seen from the perspective of two young Aboriginal soldiers, Ryman McGregor and Abraham Scott .

As children, Ryman and Abraham were taken from their traditional life on a hunting line and placed in a horrific Jesuit residential school. But they ran away and returned to their families. Later, as men, they crossed paths again as warriors fighting in the war against the Nazis. T
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Jul 27, 2011 Catherine Cooke rated it really liked it changed my perception. The ending was very moving. You will be shocked to how little the entertainment industry focuses on Canada's contributions to WW2
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