Ethel truly had a remarkable life. If you want to know who the true Ethel is, get this book.Published 29 days ago by Kay
Great book, I learned a lot about her life and her relationships with others that I knew nothing about. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Patrick J. Hanna Sr.
I'm currently reading it. So far I finding it as another seed in my search of all book's relating to all African Americans who's history's have been lost until found. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am pleased with this book, but am holding it for my nursing assistant's birthday; I already gave her Ethel Waters' autobiography and know she'll like the biography. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Carolyn M. Lane
This is a terrible book by someone who doesn't seem to understand people, how to capture a moment or person's life and is so biased by late 20th and 21st century perspectives and... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Deborah McElhinney
I enjoyed reading this book because it was superbly written. Donald Bogle did an excellent job of research and the riveting narrative was superb.Published 19 months ago by Terry J.
Excellent bio of Ethel Waters. while reading the book, I found entries referring to my husband's father & uncle. It was a great surprise.Published 23 months ago by Sa-Rah Bibbins
Bogle paints a wonderfully candid portrait of a complex and fascinating woman. His narrative takes us to the world of African American entertainers of the early to mid twentieth... Read morePublished on November 30, 2012 by Barry Marino
All I can say is thanks Mr. Bogle for opening my eyes to the great talent of Ms. Waters. I had seen her name and face many times without really going any deeper than that, so after... Read morePublished on July 27, 2012 by Amazon Customer