Questing for a Dream

Questing for a Dream

Questing for a Dream

by P. D. Workman

Genres: Young Adult
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Easily one of the most thought-provoking and compelling reads of the year, Ms. Workman has written a masterful contemporary account of one native teen’s journey from home and the possibilities for hope even for those drowning in poverty, prejudice, and addiction … A must-read tale for any book lover!


About Questing for a Dream

Abject poverty. Utter tragedy. What if the only way to find yourself is to lose who you thought you were?

Life on a reservation isn’t easy.   

Nadie is a bright young teen that scorns the ways of her Cree band.

Neglect and abuse are all too common. When tragedy strikes, tradition and ritual provide her little comfort.

Grief-stricken, Nadie sets off on a quest to the white man’s land in search of something better.

Something more. 

Instead, she finds darkness. Prejudice and discrimination.

Incarceration. 

In her search for wholeness, Nadie discovers that traditions might be more than just empty rituals.

They can be the path to healing and the journey home.

A poignant, Native American Cree saga, full of all the feels. Perfect if you love a heartfelt coming-of-age story that encourages healing from the roots up.

Read it today.

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About P. D. Workman

P.D. (Pamela) Workman writes riveting mystery/suspense and young adult books dealing with mental illness, addiction, abuse, and other real-life issues. For as long as she can remember, the blank page has held an incredible allure and from a very young age she was trying to write her own books.

Workman wrote her first complete novel at the age of twelve and continued to write as a hobby for many years. She started publishing in 2015. She has won several literary awards from Library Services for Youth in Custody for her young adult fiction. She made the USA Today Bestseller list in 2019. She currently has over 40 published titles and can be found at pdworkman.com.

Born and raised in Alberta, Workman has been married for over 25 years and has one son.