Maina Dominique Demers

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Ekstasis Editions, 2001 - Fiction - 239 pages
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Maina is the sensual story of a spiritual journey a young woman undertakes in the Great North 3,500 years ago. On a quest for identity in an environment sometimes as generous as it is merciless, Maina will soon learn that man's law can be as cruel as nature's.
 

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Amazing story that takes you into the lifestyle of ancient aboriginal tribes in Quebec! The story shows that there is no perfect society, that no matter where you go, you can meet people with an evil soul. I particularly loved the connection between humans and spirits/ animals, as well as the land itself, and their beautiful and sometimes weird ans scary customs. 

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its boring nuf said

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About the author (2001)

Children's author Dominique Demers was born on November 23, 1956 in Montreal Canada and later attended the University of Sherbrooke. Demers is a professor at the University of Sherbrooke and the University of Montreal. She also gives seminars on creative writing and the like at several institutions. Demers wrote One Winter of Storm, The Large Fir Trees Do Not Die and Mysterious Librarian, all of which received Mr. Christie Awards. She has also received the Judith-Jasmine Prize for Journalism, the Quebec/Wallonie-Brussels Prize, a Governor General's Award nomination, and the Gold Bookmark Award.

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