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while I absolutely hate this time in America's history, this book was a good read. there were times that I could see and feel and even smell what the author was writing about. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Julie R. San Miguel
Came across this book after reading author Jacqueline Sheehan's book, Lost and Found. These
two books could not possibly be more different, but both excellent. Read more
This is very well written. Her story was inspiring because it was true. It was also shocking and sad because it was true.Published 17 months ago by Judy Bee
It was not what I had expected after having read NOW & THEN.
I shared it with friends and family.
This book touched my soul, outstanding insight into the world of slavery and the human spirit. Her relationship with and faith in the hand of God on her life was beautiful.Published 19 months ago by marjorie edwards
The author does not spare us horribly graphic details about the early years of Sojourner's life as a slave. Read morePublished on April 25, 2012 by K. Kaltenbach