Award-winning author of the national best-seller Tumbling, Diane McKinney-Whetstone is an immensely talented author of African American fiction. It is 1965 in Philadelphia and Clarise, Finch, and their three adolescent daughters are living a financially privileged life. But when Finch’s business falls on hard times and Clarise suffers a mental breakdown, their idyllic world is shattered and their daughters are endangered.
©1998 Diane McKinney-Whetstone (P)2002 Recorded Books
Second in fiction books, only "The Help" was better.
The daughters, Shern, Victoria, and Bliss. These characters were well-developed and kept me interested in the story.
No, this is the first.
The reading was very good. The only improvement was to have more variety in the voices.
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