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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 did not care for this at all, very poor writing, trivial trite. Philip ParisPublished 12 days ago by Philip J. Paris
I did like this book. It was made more interesting by the facts that it is based on a true event and is of an autobiographical nature for the author. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Shoelve
A brilliant composition of characters. The author's technique in unveiling their lives and their emotions made for a fascinating
read. Highly recommend. Read more
So many moments my heart was in my throat. The only reason I dislike me this book is because I feel that nothing got wrapped up.Published 1 month ago by Khava N. Dobrenski
I really enjoyed the story and how it progressed. I felt the story ended very abruptly. I would love to learn more about the character and what happens as she continues to grow.Published 1 month ago by Tory Corrine
This story provides a fresh, new slant on being Black in America.Published 1 month ago by Susan K. Maciak
I couldn't put it down! will read more of this authors books!Published 1 month ago by sandra Lerner
The Girl Who Fell From the Sky, is a coming of age story about a young (preteen) girl, who moves to Oregon to live with her black grandmother who she doesn’t really know. Read morePublished 1 month ago by My2Cents