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Twenty-five years after it was first published, this special anniversary edition of the classic strikes as deep and powerful a note as ever. Taylor's vivid portrayal of ugly racism and the poignancy of Cassie's bewilderment and gradual toughening against social injustice and the men and women who perpetuate it, will remain with readers forever. Two award-winning sequels, Let the Circle Be Unbroken and The Road to Memphis, and a long-awaited prequel, The Land, continue the profoundly moving tale of the Logan family. (Ages 9 and older) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Embarrassed to say it took me decades before I read this book. Loved it.Published 5 days ago by S. M. Ferris
I was raised understanding that sometimes people hated my father and his parents because of their skin. This is another view into that horrible institution. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Michael Lianez
This has been one of my favorite books since I was 10 years old. I now love sharing this book with my children. A must read!Published 19 days ago by crichardson
This book tackles some serious topics -racism, segregation, poverty. It shouldn't be enjoyable. It shouldn't be funny. But it is. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Heather Rice
Awesome book (according to my daughter). Great descriptions of scenes, and very informative about history and how people were treated in our country's past.Published 27 days ago by Ryan S.
I enjoyed this book because it had lots of plot twist and it was a thrilling adventure to read. This is a book for people who want to understand how the blacks were teated.Published 28 days ago by Adam van velden
The end s a little freaky however it perfectly shows the oppression blacks faced during the time of Jim crowPublished 1 month ago by 96bob