Front cover: The Unweaving

A novel

Author: Cheryl Parisien

Threatened by encroaching colonialism, one Métis family struggles to protect their way of life.

In 1869, the arrival of surveyors from the new Dominion of Canada sends ripples of anxiety through the people of Red River. As the Métis Nation begins negotiating terms for joining Confederation, each member of the Rougeau family adapts in their own way: Clément looks outward, trying to maintain his livelihood as a carter, while his wife, Marienne, looks inward, determined to hold their fracturing family together. Julien, the eldest son, joins Louis Riel to confront the same intruders that so impress his sister, Charlotte. As the Red River Resistance unfolds, the consequences of each choice become heartbreakingly clear.

  • Fiction, 296pp TBC
  • ISBN 978-1-990160-38-7 (paperback)
  • ISBN 978-1-990160-39-4 (e-book)
  • 5.5″ x 8.5″
  • To be published May 2024
  • Paperback: CA $24.95  / US $21.95
  • Ebook: CA $15.95 / US $13.95