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Excellent writing and the story was very motivational. Encouraging reading.Published 2 months ago by dng
Great writing as Pearl Cleage is known to do... merge social issues based on race and gender in fiction. A beautiful story highlighting Joyce's life. Read more
I purchased this book for a book club gathering. The other readers seem to like this book, I just could not relate to the content. Not one I would recommend.Published 7 months ago by Ms_Monica
I live in Atlanta and had read a review of Pearl Cleage's work last fall, but this was the first book of hers I had read. It is great! Good plot with appropriate social concerns. Read morePublished 13 months ago by M. David
I cannot get into this book it starting off very slow for me. I am going to try and finish but for now I have not.Published 13 months ago by M. Suttles
I love Cleage's work. She has the one liners that you happen upon and they make their mark on you and what is better than a book that sticks with you?Published 14 months ago by Brittany
This book was slow in the beginning. She was trying to change the girls mindset but never included any men to speak to the girls. Read morePublished 15 months ago by K. Joseph
As a huge fan of her book, "what looks like crazy....," I was very disappointed with this sequel. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Overwhelmed Counselor