A moving, vital testament to one of slavery s many thousands gone who retained his humanity in the bowels of degradation. It is also a chilling insight into the peculiar institution. Saturday Review</div>
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A gripping first hand account of the horrors and injustices of slavery in nineteenth century Louisiana, Twelve Years a Slave is a compelling read.Published 1 day ago by Nancy Wilson
It was hard to follow at some points. But it was compelling. And intense despite the written structure. It was very interesting to learn about his perspectivePublished 4 days ago by Caitlin
I really like 19th century writing and this story really captures the essence of the period.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
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Dramatic, real life stories we all should be reminded of. Now I'll see the movie.Published 9 days ago by Bisky Poo
The book was well worth reading/hearing. We listened to it on the road and the narration was riddled with mispronounced words and poorly chosen pauses in the reading.Published 12 days ago by Ann L.