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I loved this book; the story, the characters, the way it was written - lovely!!
Durrow has created a unique story that combines a young woman's search for identity with a family's history of shame and secrets.
It was just an okay book, the story seemed too disjointed for me, going back and forth in time and changing characters.
Really enjoyed this book, I only wish it was a bit longer so I could see more of what was happening in the characters lives after the ending. Read morePublished 11 days ago by KATHLEEN PATRICIA SMITH
This is a beautifully crafted tale by Heidi Durrow. It is about a girl who is haunted by events that shaped her destiny early on without her having much say in the matter. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Roy L. Pickering
This book portrays a tragedy of the worst kind. The characters associated with the survival of one child are unevenly portrayed. I finished the book feeling a little frustratedPublished 20 days ago by Lady Leisure
This debut novel reaches us as a series of discrete incidents. Some are devastating, some riveting, some irrelevant. Read morePublished 23 days ago by KAY PANKRATZ
fascinating story about a biracial child's journey growing up in a family with mental illness and prejudice issues. very well writtenPublished 1 month ago by Teresa
Probably the first book I've read that deals so well with the multi-layers of family and race for us biracial chicks.Published 2 months ago by S. Bradley