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"Thomas offers painful but amusing insights into the politics of beauty, black culture, and male-female relationships; her first novel places her in a league with Terry MacMillan and Bebe Moore Campbell." (Booklist)
"Empowering....Thomas refuses to let her characters slide into stereotype, and she keeps the pace fast and funny." (Publishers Weekly)
This was a good read because even though I listened, the narrator did such a good job that I feel like I read it word for word. Anyway, I really enjoyed the storyline and the characters. I also enjoyed the life lesson. Sometimes when u snooze, u loose. Keep up the good work
I thought this book was a real good story of love, being with someone who you love, but just going through life opposed to loving someone and living life. Being natural I can relate to some of the issues she dealt with after cutting off her hair. I thought the book was going to be focused only on hair but it wasn't and I enjoyed it. Great story can't wait to start the sequel.
I would have expounded more or the main character's self acceptance.
This was my first reading my the author, Trisha R. Thomas
The narration was fine.
I woul probably wait to watch the movie in free television.
Uptown Girl's Harlem Book Club
This book started well, and somewhere in the middle it started to go haywire... The performance was good.
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