©2004 Delores Phillips; (P)2008 Recorded Books, LLC
I had to stop listening a few times because the story was so sad. However, well worth the credit or price.
hold until you suffocate under anticipation of interest,this book evokes all of your emotions without mercy
I wished for a different ending but this book held me captive for 5 days. It still left me with unanswered questions but it was a great book.
One could say my tastes in books are nonsequators because I have no favorite author or genre. I hold over 300 books in my audible library
This story was hard at points and made me want to hate the mom but I found that I felt sorry for her more and more. The main character in this book made me jump for joy at the end and want more!
I found this book to hit home on either myself or some one I have come in contact with in different levels. Some parts, not all, related to myself and some others in my life.
The book had a decent/good plot but seemed to never become fully developed. There were way too many characters introduced in the book without expanding a great deal on all of their lives.
I would be willing to try another book written by this author. But I do like more character/plot development in my reading.
It was okay.
If the Darkest child was a movie there would be more time for character development which would end up a very good story. I could see Rozy (mom) being played by Vanessa Williams and Tangy Mae being played by Kee Kee Palmer
The unbelievability of the human condition.
As it is so that there is nothing new under this sun, one is left wondering where on this earth did this take place. The reading of this book is mesmerizing.
She is very animated and she bought all the characters to life.
This is a very good book.. I laughed, got mad, sometimes scared, and then happy. Kudos to the author for a great book.
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