"I liked this book. It took me a while to get into it, but once I did, I could not put it down. I thought it was well written, with a very very dry humor. It made me think about an entirely different perspective on life- instead of planning for adventure, to simply live and let adventure happen."
"This was a very entertaining and illuminating book. I have not read very many books about Native Americans in modern times, and this book really gives some insight as to what life is like on reservations. It also is a great coming of age story."
"Ooh. This was good. It took me a while to get started on it- the beginning is a little slow and I wondered what the point of the book was going to be- but it very lovingly told the story of a hermaphrodite born into a difficult world= and probably a place in the world where acceptance is hardest to find. I was thoroughly absorbed."
"I thoroughly enjoyed this book- it is emotionally riveting but light enough that you can read it on an airplane (I did) and while watching Hannah Montana with your kids. I love the story and the twist at the end. Well worth the read!"
"I loved this. Ayelet is brutally honest and brutally observant in a way that makes me very aware of what I think of other mothers and what I perceive in myself. I don't agree with all that she says, but it is thought provoking!"