The writer has done an incredible job of presenting an array of techniques used "behind the scenes" to channel our thoughts and actions into the direction that the "hidden" director has chosen. All the while, we think we are intelligently and thoughtfully making our 'own' decisions.
This book is such an encompassing story that opens the door to the real world of the south and the people it considered "non-white" and thus not due any value. The writer creates the visual pictures that draw you in. It's characters are well drawn, the story itself is interesting and a triumph of human character in the face of injustice.
I look forward to another book by this author!
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