About Nina RevoyrSee more books from this Author
Things aren’t easy for a biracial child in 1974, but Charlie, Michelle’s beloved grandfather, looks past his own deep-seated racism when it comes to his non-white granddaughter.| Read Full Review of Wingshooters
The Garretts' presence deeply upsets most of the residents of Deerhorn--when Mr. Garrett makes a controversial accusation against one of the town leaders, who is also Charlie LeBeau's best friend.
In the tradition of To Kill a Mockingbird, A River Runs Through It, and Snow Fallin...
Michelle LeBeau, the daughter of a white American man and a Japanese woman, is the protagonist and narrator of Wingshooters (24th Lambda Literary Award finalist).May 02 2012 | Read Full Review of Wingshooters
On the one hand, there is the young girl, Michelle LeBeau, who experiences all of the events in the novel, but there is also the backward looking Michelle LeBeau, who might be seen to revise and perhaps color the narration through her adult-perspective.May 06 2011 | Read Full Review of Wingshooters
An aggregated and normalized score based on 64 user ratings from iDreamBooks & iTunes