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Loyment and drug abuse She hates the burnout futureless kids surrounding her and dreams that she and her unreliable new boyfriend ca. It was good but there were uite a few typos missing words wrong words used and one instance where the sentence lacked meaning It was something like in the summer a warm windy day in January and that seems like something that should ve been caught by an editor Wurth s storytelling was excellent and the novel was a good read but the editorial errors were distracting The Black Painting unreliable new boyfriend ca. It was good but there were Fire and Desire uite a few typos missing words wrong words The Forgotten Memoir of John Knox used and one instance where the sentence lacked meaning It was something like in the summer a warm windy day in January and that seems like something that should ve been caught by an editor Wurth s storytelling was excellent and the novel was a good read but the editorial errors were distracting

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N move far beyond the bright lights of Denver that float on the horizon before the daily suffocation of teen pregnancy eats her aliv. Good Lord I m loving the voice in this one

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Margaritte is a sharp tongued drug dealing sixteen year old Native American floundering in a Colorado town crippled by poverty unemp. I read this in one evening well a long evening I stayed up into early the next morning because I couldn t put this book down and must say that I really got into this story Much of the book is indeed gritty and heart tearing to someone me who has daughters of Magaritte s generation After the first rather shocking chapter what really touched me was the tenderness of Magaritte and of her cousin Jake towards each other as well as their relatives and friends The first chapter is surely jarring and even disturbing some of the issuessituations and just plain scariness of their world during the early 1990s are certainly laid bare for us The next chapter however although set in such difficulties begins to unveil just a little at a time the essence of Magaritte I don t want to spoil the read for anyone I will just say here that she is what I would call a really believable girl of those times not nearly as tough as she would have us think and at the same time much much stronger This book plot characters messages is complex than my short review here which focuses on the running thread that is the actual truth and beauty of this young lady and I have known other young ladies very much like Magaritte The last thing I will say is that it made me cry Girls I knew from my daughters teen years went on to such diverse life experiences and some didn t survive at all literally and figuratively What will Magaritte s future hold


10 thoughts on “Crazy Horses Girlfriend

  1. says:

    I won this book via goodreads in exchange for an honest review 16 Native American Drug Dealer Pregnant SoldLooking through the First Reads Giveaways is where I came across Crazy Horse's Girlfriend and after reading just t

  2. says:

    An intense compelling book about harsh harsh realities that doesn't shy away from that but also not from hope and heart Margaritte is a 16 year old mixed race Apache Chickasaw and Cherokee young woman living in Idaho Springs Colorado She's a drug dealer working with her cousin both her parents are physically abusive her white dad's

  3. says:

    I read this in one evening well a long evening; I stayed up into early the next morning because I couldn't put this book down and must say that I really got into this story Much of the book is indeed gritty and heart tearing to someone me who has daughters of Magaritte's generation After the first rather shocking chapter what real

  4. says:

    Erika T Wurth's debut novel from Curbside Splendor Crazy Horse's Girlfriend also deals with teen pregnancy but the

  5. says:

    This is a tough read It's a gritty look at life in an impoverished small town in Colorado with 16 year old Margaritte figuring out who she is who it is she wants to be and how to make a life better than the one her parents made for

  6. says:

    It was good but there were uite a few typos missing words wrong words used and one instance where the sentence lacked meaning It was s

  7. says:

    Just remembered I read this could have used a better editor but the main girl’s voice was super clear It’s one of the first YA books I can recall reading that dealt with drug use and abortion and both were presented in a v nonjudgmental way

  8. says:

    Sixteen year old Margaritte is constantly planning an escape route from her miserable circumstances A mix of Apache Chickasaw Cherokee and white she finds her Idaho Springs Colorado home nothing less than depressing Beyond ennui at home Margaritte has to deal with the daily stress of her volatile alcoholic father and a mother who can be eually explosive while helping care for her innocent six year old twin sisters She's tired of living on

  9. says:

    Good Lord I'm loving the voice in this one

  10. says:

    Margaritte struggles with many aspects of her life throughout this book She is half Native American from her mother half white from her father works a job as a waitress that she hates and she hates going to High School She struggles with her i

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