Yes - you need to "hear" the distinct voices
Clem - he seemed to be the voice of reason while Addie gave the needed moral/spiritual guidance
They nailed the accent, the tone and the delivery of people from that area of the country
This book just shattered me. I not only listened to the audible version, I read it too. The depth of storytelling combined with the perfect touch of lightness kept it from being overdramatic. It was honest and true to the region and the issue of bondage within religion, the issues of social class and structure, and the power of forgiveness.
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