While Sammy's life appeared glamorous, the book tells a very different story. It reveals the truth behind the broad, make-believe smile and the eyes that spoke louder than the voice.
This book should have been narrated by a better voice. . .the one thing I did not like about the book.
The novel makes was very difficult to put down. . .suspenseful. Was Rufus really as bad as everyone thought or was he just a product of his time. Did he treat people poorly because of the way his father had treated him? Why didn't he know how to love? Questions that you ask throughout the novel.
The story reveals an age old question, are some things taught or are you born that way? You answer the question for yourself.
Yes and she is outstanding as always.
The book makes you think. There are no crying moments but there are moments of sadness. . .no laughing moments but moments where you are pleased with an outcome.
Can't wait to finish my next Octavia Butler novel.
Friendship, laughter and love
Sometimes you don't need to mind your own business.
Ojo's performance is excellent.
This book will make you laugh, it will make you sad, and it will make you glad.
After listening to this book, I have decided we can definitely do without processed sugars.
Honesty; Strength; Faitful to change!!
Mr. Rickey is true to his belief in -- "that all men are endowed with certain inalienable rights, and that "among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness".
Ossie David's rich vocal expressions bring the reading to life.
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