From Publishers Weekly
Brown befriends a Haitian vodou priestess who practices in her Brooklyn, N.Y., home. Photos.
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"Brown offers a sympathetic and vivid portrait of the lives of a group of women." -- Roland Littlewood, Political and Social Science
"I know of no other work about Vodou that can teach the uninitiated so fully what it means to know." -- Joan Dayan, Women's Review of Books
"Mama Lola provides an engaging, detailed, and sympathetic account of the world of Haitian Vodou." -- Eugene V. Gallagher, Journal of the American Academy of Religion
"[Brown] has written a life story that is full of feeling." -- Constance Casey, Los Angeles Times