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Then you read "The Color of Water" and the story of Ruth McBride; A white jewish woman who raised 12(!)
It is truly a story told from the heart, as the love that the author has for his mother is evident with every written word.
The book's format was quite interesting as well, alternating chapters from the mother's point of view to that of his.
I really enjoyed this as an audio book. Having two actors read the mother and son parts really added depth to the experience. It has made me want to read more of McBride's works.Published 17 hours ago by Heather S Kleiner
Race and class and religious intolerance shrink before the conviction of a strong woman and her men, producing a dozen exemplars of American potential and the obstacles that try to... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Steven E. Sanderson
As an avid reader I just finished reading song yet sung and knew I had to read more of this author. the fact that I've never read his work before was a shock. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kindle Customer
This was forced summer reading for my son's high school. Every kid that talked about it said it was the most dreadfully boring thing to read.Published 5 days ago by W. Deans
I didn't like the book because I like star wars and halo books because to me they are interesting and have action scenes that keep my interest. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Dramatic Death
Good book, needed it for a class and this ones quality and price were just right! I can smell another A on the way!Published 11 days ago by Davy
This book, although very extensive in giving the background, did not leave me feeling chipper, or Spritely at all. Read morePublished 11 days ago by el barto