Jacquie Red Feather is newly sober and hoping to reconnect with her estranged family. That's why she is there. Dene is there because he has been collecting stories to honour his uncle's death, while Edwin is looking for his true father and Opal came to watch her boy Orvil dance.All of them are connected by bonds they may not yet understand. All of them are here for the celebration that is the Big Oakland Powwow. But Tony Loneman is also there. And Tony has come to the Powow with darker intentions.'An exhilarating, polyphonic debut novel. Dazzling' Daily Telegraph.'Lyrical and playful, shaking and shimmering with energy. Orange creates beauty out of tragedy' Guardian.'Bold and engrossing. Orange has got under his characters' skins, allowing them to speak for themselves' Financial Times.