By Danielle Marshall
by Sherman Alexie
Little, Brown (2007), 240 pages
Sherman Alexie, well known as an adult fiction author, becomes a newly christened, enthusiastically welcomed young adult writer with his Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian. This exciting foray into the young adult book world isn't generating lots of buzz just because he's a venerable author — it's because his YA debut is actually fantastic, as in, crying-while-laughing-and-staying-up-till- the-wee-hours fantastic.
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