8 responses

  1. Belinda
    January 17, 2009

    The book sounds wonderful and it was a treat to read the beginning of it. Thank you so much for introducing us to Susan Young di Biagi and her great first book.

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  2. Susan Young de Biagi
    February 4, 2009

    Dear Joanna,

    This is a beautifully written review. I am so honoured. Thank you.

    Susan

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    • joannamallory
      February 5, 2009

      Susan, thanks for stopping by. You can tell I enjoyed Cibou.

      Blessings as you work on your next project.

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  3. Bonnie
    February 13, 2009

    Really good review–if I don’t win the book, I’ll have to track it down myself! 🙂 I liked your analysis of who should be the POV character. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this book!

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  4. violetnesdoly
    February 14, 2009

    Your review makes me want to read this book – and what more can you ask of a review! Well done!!

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  5. Bonnie
    May 21, 2009

    I’m reading Cibou now and thoroughly enjoying it! I agree completely with your review. Like you, I hope to see more books from Susan.

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  6. Lori maloney
    April 26, 2018

    Hi there welalin being a Mik Maq in Nova Scotia I have shared & lost 3 of your books that’s a good thing,it’s history is factual as possible the Mik Maq words great I want all the women in my clan to read it,when things get rough we say what would cibou do?

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    • Janet Sketchley
      April 26, 2018

      Hi Lori, I’m sure Susan Young de Biagi will be pleased to see this (not about the lost books!). Cibou is a strong character and a great encouragement.

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