From Publishers Weekly
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One of the most profound and important books I've read in . . . I can't remember. Edward is a master character builder; he allows them to live on their own accord, tell their own... Read morePublished 6 days ago by B.Hughes
The plot was somewhat interesting, but I kept getting lost. It was hard to keep the characters straight until halfway into the story, and I had to start all over once. Read morePublished 7 days ago by maceves
With the subject of black slavery assuring its Pulitzer, this book bounces around but comes together at the same time. I liked the ending.Published 19 days ago by Dale Lund
This book will take quite a while to soak in. Certainly not a 'happily ever after' story. Great job getting a good feel from various perspectives.Published 25 days ago by J Bouldin