The Pact

The Pact The pain and loss of James s residential school experience follows him until years later Lauren returns giving him hope for the future But the damage may be too great Lauren makes a pact with him t

  • Title: The Pact
  • Author: David Alexander Robertson Scott B. Henderson
  • ISBN: 9781553792307
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • The pain and loss of James s residential school experience follows him until, years later, Lauren returns, giving him hope for the future But the damage may be too great Lauren makes a pact with him that will lead to either death or redemption confront the demons that haunt him and stop killing himself with guilt or be prepared to forego a life with her and his son, EdwThe pain and loss of James s residential school experience follows him until, years later, Lauren returns, giving him hope for the future But the damage may be too great Lauren makes a pact with him that will lead to either death or redemption confront the demons that haunt him and stop killing himself with guilt or be prepared to forego a life with her and his son, Edwin.Edwin, mired in his own pain, tries to navigate past the desolation of a fatherless childhood As James tries to heal himself, he begins to realize that, somehow, he may save his son s life as well as his own When father and son finally meet, can they heal their shattered relationship, and themselves, or will it be too late

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    About “David Alexander Robertson Scott B. Henderson”

    1. David Alexander Robertson Scott B. Henderson

      David A Robertson is an award winning writer His books include When We Were Alone Governor General s Literary Award winner, McNally Robinson Best Book For Young People winner, TD Canadian Children s Literature Award finalist , Will I See winner Manuela Dias Book Design and Illustration Award Graphic Novel Category , and the YA novel Strangers David educates as well as entertains through his writings about Canada s Indigenous Peoples, reflecting their cultures, histories, communities, as well as illuminating many contemporary issues David is a member of Norway House Cree Nation He lives in Winnipeg.

    256 thoughts on “The Pact”

    1. A much different ending than I'd anticipated, but I really liked it.That said, I don't want it to be an ending. I want at least three more "episodes" / "issues".


    2. After reading Stone, Scars, and Ends/Begins, coming to the final conclusion of the 7 Generations series with The Pact is something I have been anticipating. The Pact flickers between past and present, just as the previous books did. We see the story unfolding between Edwin and his father in the present, but we also see more of his father's past, and what little shared past the two had. I felt like this book really brought everything together, and gave us a glimpse into the healing paths of both [...]


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