Very disappointed in this book coming from Orson Scott Card. He missed a great opportunity to have this epic story told from Sarah's point of view come alive.
I grew up in the South, a well off white girl with a black maid who loved and cared for me. Ms.Stockett's characters become living testimonies to a culture that was a dicotomy of love, hatred, supression and freedom. Reading the book took me back into a world that I had put behind me. It gave me a different perspective on what life was like in the South. I am ashamed that my generation was so oblivious to the pain and suffering that we so selfishly fostered.
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