Yes. The book has a realism that is riveting. It is unfortunate the author kept it secret for so long. There is so much to be learned by her story and I am sure it's length would have filled volumes. Since I listed to the audio version, I wonder if a sample of the journals the author kept are included in the book.
It is comparable to Anne Frank, but of two nationalities one more persecuted that the other. Both from the childs point of view.
Nona the child
I was saddened that intelligent people can treat one another in such a dispicable manner for perceived or real slights.
I have not read the print version, but did enjoy the audio, it made it more real.
That it gave a true picture of the best and the worst of slavery, if there was a best.
The vernacular of the slave.
I am not sure there is enough information for a movie.
Light hearted, easy read, and entertaining
Get into Ranger and Morelli's relationship with her more, explain more what happened in Hawaii.
All of those by Evanovich only. All great performances
Laugh, I always laugh at Stephanie Plum and her grandmother.
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