Reservation Blues is his "irresistably stunning debut novel" (San Francisco Chronicle). One day legendary bluesman Robert Johnson appears on the Spokane Indian reservation, in flight from the devil and presumed long dead. When he passes his enchanted instrument to Thomas-Builds-the-Fire - storyteller, misfit, and musician - a magical odyssey begins that will take them from reservation bars to small-town taverns, from the cement trails of Seattle to the concrete canyons of Manhattan. This is a fresh, luxuriantly comic tale of power, tragedy, and redemption among contemporary Native Americans.
"The mystical complexity of Reservation Blues is as mesmerizing as the poetic power of Alexie's writing. . . . Generously laced with bleak and sometimes wacky humor, but none of that detracts from the book's poignant theme." - San Francisco Chronicle
"Scathingly funny . . .Reservation Blues never misses a beat, never sounds a false note." - Los Angeles Times" />
Reservation Blues - Sherman Alexie

Reservation Blues - Sherman Alexie