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|Length: 324 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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I am not finished yet but can hardly put it down. Amazing that these things actually went on but have been for the most part, forgotten by history.Published 3 days ago by D K Hall
A terrific read, couldn't put it down. I knew that it was a work of fiction but it reads like it really happened.Published 4 days ago by Angela Giovanniello
Gosh! How interesting. I couldn't put it down. While it is fiction, it sure does fool you. If I could write like this - oh my! Love, love this book. I will read it again.Published 4 days ago by Judith Doreen Jones
A friend had recommended this book years ago. I finally got a chance to read it and really enjoyed it.Published 7 days ago by M. Stallings
Interesting plot that had many twist and turns. Unfortunately the tragic ending fell flat and working through the story didn't feel worth my time in the end. Very disappointing.Published 7 days ago by Julie Knudsen
Chosen by my book ckub. I found it interesting, but couldn't identify with any of the characters so it is like a history of white
women and Indians and how they were treated.
Historically based fiction--could have been true. Makes one wonder who is more "civilized." Government failing to keep promises, abusing it's power all in the name of... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Dr. Sheila Wakeman
I really enjoyed this book. I listened to the audio version and found it captivating.
I read some of the negative comments and would like to offer my opinions to prospective... Read more
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|Does One Thousand White Women suck all the way through?||
This is a book club choice, so I'm stuck. Cannot believe the stuff May thinks and says and does--which century is she from?? On the other hand, every page seems to contain a plum sentence. Ex: "Harry, my Harry, love of my life, father of my children, did Father reward you with pieces of gold... Read More
Oct 5, 2011 by Christina Dudley | See all 9 posts
As you have actually Spoken to the author, I thank you for your reply. The book is so fascinating, I wish it were true.
Jun 19, 2012 by Laurel Mellon | See all 9 posts
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