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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.
I might have some bias that the main character shares similar physical traits as myself, but this had to be the most honest example of what biracial and minority children go... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Brianna
It's a confusingly written book with a dreadfully sad ending. Writer meant to be clever, but didn't quite succeed.Published 10 days ago by Constance Goldstein
This story takes hold of you and keeps it up to the very end. I felt like I knew her or I could be her. My. Mother died when I was seven so I really could identify her feelings. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nancy Hughes
Marvelous book. Shows tremendous empathy and insight into what this young girl goes through when suddenly displaced from her previousl life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SeaChantey
Again, I start to expect the same characters and would like to read about this period from a different perspective. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kris Hicks
I would have given this book 5 stars, but I was left hanging in the end. I felt the main character's emotions. I still couldn't quite get what happens in the end.Published 1 month ago by brownie buttons
I did not care for this at all, very poor writing, trivial trite. Philip ParisPublished 2 months ago by Philip J. Paris