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I had never heard of this book until browsing through eBook loans on my library's website, and I decided to give it a chance. Read morePublished 16 days ago
Really enjoyed this book, it captivated me quickly and keep me hooked until the end. The format was engaging. I would recommend this to a friend!Published 23 days ago by Daniel Walzenbach
From the beginning, I plodded dutifully through this book since it was selected by my book club. It wasn't terrible, just not very interesting. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kilian85710
An insightful and poignant story about an Ethiopian immigrant. This book made me feel so compassionate to the plight of the immigrant who come America expecting " The Promised... Read morePublished 7 months ago by cindi wilson
I read this book as part of a multi-ethnic literature class. It provides an unique perspective on immigration and racism.Published 9 months ago by elk
If you are living in DC, a very worthwhile book to read. It is about race, "the immigrant story", and a transition city. Read morePublished 9 months ago by s e
Well written story about African immigrants set in Washington DC from three different countries. Mix in gentrification and relationships between the races. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Edna M Rankine