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Good Indian

B. M. Bower

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Before he answered, he drew backward a step or two, sat down upon the edge of a rock which had rolled out from a stone-heap, and pulled her down beside him, still holding her fast, as if he half believed her capable of soaring away over the treetops, after all.

"I guess I didn't murder you—from the chase you gave me. Did I hit you at all?"

"Yes, you did! You nearly broke my arm—and you might have killed me, you big brute! Look what you did—and I never harmed you at all!" She pushed up a sleeve, and held out her arm accusingly in the moonlight, disclosing a tiny, red furrow where the skin was broken and still bleeding. "And you shot a big hole right through Aunt Phoebe's sheet!" she added, with tearful severity.

He caught her arm, bent his head over it—and for a moment he was perilously near to kissing it; an impulse which astonished him considerably, and angered him more. He dropped the arm rather precipitately; an. . . Read More

Community Reviews

It seemed forever for this book to unveil it's dilemma, plus its use of native American English dialect made this story rather tedious at first. Although the character and landscape descriptions were quite good and vivid, I had a hard time staying interested for at least the first half of the book.

It took me a while to get into it, but once I hit chapter 3, I was hooked. It's really just a delightful Idahoan story. The relationship was simply adorable at first, and then as it progressed, I began to have doubts. I love the way it ended: Unexpected, and very satisfying.

I delayed reading this Bower book, the 9th on my list of 29, because the title made me cringe. "Good Indian". Oh, dear. Even though I've become familiar with Bower's style and themes, I could only think how horrible this book might be, just because of that title. But finally I went ahead and started