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I didn't read the book, so don't know. I enjoy listening and can do that while driving, don't often get the chance to set and read.
Eugenia...she was the main character and easy to follow. A strong, opinionated, caring woman that many of us , including myself, would like to be.
It gave a vivid insight to what the south was like in the days following slavery and how hard the black had to work to become free and have a voice!
There were parts that were a few times I got lost in trying to follow what was going on...but for the most part, it kept my attention.
She did and great job narrating.
No, just thought provoking, wondering how I would have felt about the black during this time period and, would I have been that cruel??
Ken Follett's' books keep me spell bound, another novel that, for me, was hard to stop listening to until the end.
I love the time period of which he writes....my imagination soars!
The whole story.
John Lee did an excellent job in his narration, making the characters come to life.
I look forward to seeing the movie.
A great mystery that keeps you guessing.
Unlike many of Patterson's murder mystery, this one is lighter without the blood and gore.
The end results were a mystery until the end....very well written.
Very well read, keeping your imagination alive.
I'm not sure about the "Tag Line" but I would definitely go to see the movie.
A great mystery.
The story was very hard to follow and the narrator extremely hard to listen to.
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