Written by Eric Dorsey
Narrated by Kay Webster
Duration 7 hours and 20 minutes
Following childhood trauma, Susan pursued ever-increasing social and emotional isolation, eventually finding herself living in the Montana wilderness, dissatisfied and uncertain why. Shouldering her backpack, she heads into the woods seeking inspiration, maybe answers. The adventure derails as tragedy forces her to acknowledge festering wounds, confront the scars beneath, and seek catharsis, forgiveness.
My Father’s Indian: How a Butterfly Split the Oak is a touching amalgamation of the poignant, amusing, and unpredictable, yet ultimately a tale of friendship, the meaning of connection as an adult.
WARNING: Includes graphic violence suitable for adults only.
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