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"Beautifully rendered and wildly adventurous." -- -- New York Times Book Review
"So strikingly original, so shockingly powerful . . . a book which will have a remarkable effect on generations to come." -- -- Detroit News
A really good read and an interesting perspective on a terrible time in our historyPublished 1 day ago by Cass
The writing is well done. Mr. Bradley's talent for storytelling is the kind that makes you want to keep reading. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Found it hard to get into this one. The writing is too studied. He didn't hook me. Maybe it was just me...just sayin'Published 1 day ago by Yakov
I loved the way this was written. The he said and she said. Really we all talk that way. I lived in Southampton township. Artemis Pa to be exact. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Kindle Customer
Interesing Read especially if it was historically accurate which it apparently is. A good look at the culture and obstacles of African Americans since the civil war.Published 2 months ago by JoAnn Heen
It was hard to keep track of really what happened....I''m not sure if I understood the ending.Published 2 months ago by Sonia Robledo
I was reading it for the history of the Bedford County area. He researched well.Published 4 months ago by Eleanor S. Blair
Strong, well developed characters. Surprising, but believable plot.Published 4 months ago by Ben Cole
A complex novel weaving many years of historical fact and generations of characters. The connections, characters, and stories are fascinating and the structure of the book is... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Deb