—Alfred Kazin --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
From the Inside Flap
From the Paperback edition. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Since this was a free Kindle download, I was prompted to finally read this classic book.
I wish I'd read it sooner - it's well written, very moving, and really makes you feel like you're living the story with the characters.
It is a masterful story of the ills of slavery, even showing the issues of "good" slave owners.
I am a mature person. I have read innumerable books. After reading this one I will say: I wasted my entire life. SHAME ON ME!!!Published 18 hours ago by Ibrahim
A classic. Interesting structure. A sequel would be awesom!Published 5 days ago by Rector Praetorius
At times this is a hard story to read just because the topic of slavery is so unpleasant but this story like nothing I've ever read before. Definitely, worth reading.Published 11 days ago by Celeste Celeste
Sad. But truthful in so many ways. Thank goodness those days are over.Published 16 days ago by A J.
I can't believe I waited so long to read this book. Not only did it closely examine the plight of the slave and the various positions of their owners but it literally ripped a hole... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Cruffino