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challenge what you think you about slavery Further the read Caution This book may challenge what you think you know about slavery Further may change your mind about the condition of black people in our society even if you re uite sure you re not a racist really enjoyed this book and the multiple narratives of one lineage tears were definitely spilled but a bond was formed Such a powerful book I devoured this one Taught me a lot about slavery throughout the history of America a good read. Olice are certain that he was part of a darker agenda Is he guilty Can they find the truthAll Spring knows is that time is running out She has to tell him the story of how he came to be With the help of her Dead Sister Newspaper Clippings And Reconstructed Memories sister newspaper clippings and reconstructed memories must find a way to get through to him To shatter the silences that governed her life she will do everything she can to lead him home.

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RememberedThis novel is shortlisted for the Women s Fiction Prize by the Millions And I can tell why The book will tear your heart out Careful if you re white and live in the US tear your heart out Careful if you re white and live in the US promises to evoke white guilt for how horribly we treated black people even after slavery technically ended according to the law But the law didn t reach certain Southern states as uickly as it should have and many slaves including the protagonist in this novel remained slaves on southern plantations unaware they. From the Women's Prize for Fiction longlist and the Northern Writer's Award Winner comesREMEMBERED 'Compares with Toni Morrison's Beloved ' Guardian 'Powerful unapologetic revealing'The Herald'This book feels vital for our time' Irish Times 'It's haunting and militant and very visceral and compassionate' Diana Evans'Some books both break your heart and set you free Remembered will change you' Rachel. Were free or kidnapped when they left even after slavery was abolishedThe novel is written in the vernacular of southern slaves and can therefore be difficult slavery was abolishedThe novel is written in the vernacular of "southern slaves and can therefore be difficult follow But following it is worth it It is difficult " slaves and can therefore be difficult follow But following it is worth it It is difficult read not ust literally but figuratively The substance the story is heartbreaking My emotions were all over the place The author is gifted at picking you up and putting you in the shoes of a slave girl on a southern plantation right when slavery was abolished as Jim Cro. EdwardsIt is 1910 and Philadelphia is burningThe last place Spring wants To Be Is In The be is in the coloured section of a hospital surrounded by the groans of sick people and the ghost of her dead sister But as her son Edward lays dying she has no other choiceThere're whispers that Edward drove a streetcar into a shop window Some people think it was an accident others claim that it was his fault the