When Twilight Comes is the story of Marge Hairston and her three loving children. After Marge's husband dies, she is left to raise the children on her own. Marge perseveres and goes on to bring The Woodmore Times notoriety as North Carolina's premier African American newspaper. But when she becomes seriously ill, her children must take over the newspaper and their mother's legacy.
©2002 Gwynne Forster; (P)2002 Recorded Books,LLC
This mother was wise but caring and compassionate. I enjoyed the story and found the daughter Cassie in the next book, "Getting some of her own" I love the auther and wish Audible would get more books from Gwynne Forster. I recommend When twilight comes to anyone. Gread Read...
I really loved the story line because it exposed the truth of sibling rivalry when it comes to money! I especially like "Marge" because with love she did not cater to her childrens selfishness and yet without malice she rewarded the deserving one. Also, I admired how she accepted death with grace and dignity. She reminds me alot of myself with my relationship with my children........ I never sugarcoat anything! As for the narrator, I can listen to anything Caroline Clay reads........... she is my favorite!
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By Arlena (Broken Arrow, OK, United States)
I found When Twilight Comes to be warm, loving , patience and most kind. From the mother, three children and friends all made this story simply wonderful. I would highly recommed this audible to all and I am sure you will love it too. I believe Gwynne Forster did a wonderful job with this story.
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