Recipient of the Zora Neale Hurston Society Award and a national best-selling author, Bernice L. McFadden returns with her sequel to Sugar. Sugar Lacey comes back home to a past she hoped to forget. She must face many obstacles and deal with secret truths about her family. This Bitter Earth is a striking novel about strength and victory.
©2002 Bernice L. McFadden (P)2003 Recorded Books. LLC
I thought the narrator did a wonderful job in telling the story. I enjoyed how she changed her voice to emphasized each character's reaction and emotion, it made the storyline very easy to follow. I love how the author picked right off where the previous story ( Sugar) ended and how the pieces, characters and secrets fell into place. This was a very enjoyable listen.
The story was interesting.
However I wanted to know how Jude got involved with Lappy.How did Sho Nuff Clayton
.come to an end ? Where did Bertie May go after turning her child over to Sarah and her sisters May and Ruby ?
Did the unusual connection between Mercy and J.J have anthing to do with his attraction to Beth Ann ?
Why was there a slap in the face given to Sugar by Shirley ? What was said between
Will there be a sequel ? All in all, I loved the story of Sugar Lacey. Good book . Good narration by Ms. Myra Lucretia Taylor
"Life Is Short But Wide" by Ms.J California Cooper
Pearl . Because she brought it all together
More , More , More
Could not keep track of who what when or there.
no, only readable
narrator was ok
this is not a book that you listen to better read
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