When Josephine, an Ojibwe from northern Wisconsin, comes into Jeremy's life after his wife has kicked him out, he finds a new definition of love that changes the path of his life, and leaves no tracks in the snow.
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By Kris Schlenker
Sep 9, 2013
Theo Lee spins a complex web while Jeremy sucks you into his personal journey through the untame territories of love, longing and forgiveness, or is it betrayal? I'm not quite sure. I lost my way a few times while reading but always found my way back, maybe not unlike Jeremy or life in general. A good read that keeps you on your toes.
I just finished Snowshoe. What a great way to end the preseason, hours before the Packers open up the regular Sunday ritual that will obsess us during the next few months in Wisconsin. I loved how you ended the book on or around Thanksgiving; that the gratitude is too great to limit to just one day or to just one type of family. You packed a lot of heavy mierda into 200 pages. Bravo! Snowshoe is a treat but not always easy to swallow. The ghosts haunting Jeremy are as diverse as the characters in a US History book. Your images put Norman Rockwell on stage with Custer, Crazy Horse, Alfred Hitchcock and Dr. Phil. I'm happy that Jeremy found some peace at the end, but something tells me he'll continue to alternate between competing realities in coexisting time zones. Terrific first novel.
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