Books Like Soul Catcher by Frank Herbert | Suggested Reading

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Sherman Alexie's Reservation Blues (1996), published by Warner Books, features the story of Coyote Springs, an all-Indian Catholic rock band from the Spokane Reservation in eastern Washington. Mixing Native-American mythology and rock 'n' roll, Alexie depicts the individual struggles of the band members as they embark on a national tour.

Former professional basketball player Larry Colton spent more than a year on the Crow Reservation in Montana, observing Sharon LaForge and other members of the Hardin High School girls' basketball team. Colton's unflinching story, Counting Coup: A True Story of Basketball and Honor on the Little Big Horn, reveals that many social conditions such as alcoholism, drug abuse, and low self-esteem continue to plague reservations—and often act as a barrier to success, athletic or otherwise. The book was published by Warner Books in 2000.

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