Theory of Crows

Robertson, D. A.
Middle-aged Matthew struggles with mental health and veers perilously close to an affair with a colleague. When his wife and teenage daughter Holly, who also struggles with her mental health, discover texts from the co-worker, family relationships are damaged, Matthew starts having panic attacks, and Holly devolves into risky behaviours. When Matthew’s father dies, Matthew and Holly put their struggles aside and travel to their ancestral lands where Matthew’s father grew up and on their journey find healing and cultural reclamation. Suitable for a novel study or literature circle to explore relationships, intergenerational bonds, cultural connections, and personal struggles.
Indigenous, Novel
English Language Arts
  • 11-12

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