This is such an amazing book! I must-read for African American womenPublished 3 months ago by Shakkaura Kemet
It is an interesting read. It is an easy read. I wanted to continue reading, which is a good sign for a book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by stefan hendriks
The beauty and often unheard sadness of the female blues singer is finally heard in this lovely yet anger infused fictional novel.Published 4 months ago by Mark Twain Jr. Jr. Jr.
Ms. Jones has written a tour de force and compacted it in the raw ferocity that compelled me (the reader) to hold on tight and keep up with her character's trailblazing tale. Read morePublished 8 months ago by S M KEITH
What Gayl Jones can do with language should make all other writers jealous. This debut novel is so raw that it feels voyeuristic--imagine overhearing your neighbors' most personal... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Rochelle
Had to read this book for class, so was not a book I normally would have picked on my own.Published 21 months ago by Hannah Farnsworth