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The story, on its own is very interesting and entertaining.
Them is an excellent choice for individuals looking for a thought-provoking read and a great catalyst for book club discussions.
Though the actor reading the story may have contributed to this, the characters felt underdeveloped and very cliched.
Good book. A fictional look at what can go wrong in a changing neighborhood. Fear is a strong emotion that can wreck havoc on normal people.Published 11 days ago by INGRID DOUGLAS
As an Atlanta resident, interesting information about a community i visit frequently. Good history lesson!Published 12 days ago by Melba
This book asks the age-old question: "Who are the 'us' and who are the 'them'?" In Them, a black household and a white household live next door to each other, and they... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kiera "Reading Is My Life" Northington
Them...made you think, challenged your belief system and made you feel for the characters! Mr. McCall painted a vivid picture of the circumstances, the humanistic attitude of the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Darlene D. Bullock
This was a very engaging story. However some of the secondary characters could have been more rounded. The white couple seemed very stereotypical. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Faith Ayers
Don't have time to go into details. Excellent read painting the picture of gentrification in inner city Atlanta! Nathan McCall does it again.Published 6 months ago by olm
Talk about perspective!!!! I have been a fan of Nathan McCall for years...I actually just checked him out on Amazon recently and was shocked to see a novel. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Linda M. King
The race-relations theme of this book sounded so interesting when I bought it online. However, I found that the story line was shallow and lacked real focus. Read morePublished 13 months ago by milanina77
this was a great item to purchase and have, i can not get enough of this and glad i bought itPublished 13 months ago by Q