It is a shocking and unforgettable account of inhumanity - of a self-pronounced Christian nation resistant to black religious conversion because all people might suddenly recognise that they were equal under God.
©1991 Caryl Phillips; (P)2009 WF Howes Ltd
I didn't like how the story was told in 3 parts. It started off in Elizabeth's point-of-view, then went to Cambridge's, then back to Elizabeth's. Also, it was too predictable, and at times, too over the top with the story line.
I doubt it.
I was disappointed by the ending.
I think the only redeemable aspect of this book is the historical background it provides about relationships between absentee landowners and their slaves.
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