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So it's wasn't like a page turner I can't put this down novel but as a lover of history especially African American history LOVED IT.Published 11 months ago by Fayth Green
great historical backround on a very painful part of our country's and as spellbinding as any fiction, though the reader knows it's based on fact. BeverlyPublished 12 months ago by Beverly
I didn't like this book but it was a gift for someone who did like it.Published 16 months ago by Alicia S.
Although I appreciate the clarity with which Mr Graham presents the lives of Blanche Bruce and his family, I don't like the misrepresentation of the North. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ria
This book gets three stars for the following reasons...
Lawrence Otis Graham is NOT a likeable man. He is a vain elitist in desperate need of a wake call. Read more
THIS BOOK WAS SO GOOD AND INFORMATIVE THAT I HAVE READ IT THREE TIMES. I ORDERED IT AFTER GETTING IT FROM THE LIBRARY FOR MY PERSONAL LIBRARY.Published on April 21, 2014 by PrinceQue
It is so informative! It is a MUST READ for every American regardless of your race or creed. However every African American child should be required to read this bookPublished on February 19, 2014 by D. Brazzle