Ginny is flat out dangerous and not the kind of dangerous that threatens mortal harm, though at times death might be preferred. It's far worse than that, especially if you cross her in one of her moods. Sallee learns early on to rely on stealth and a watchful eye-skills absolutely essential to living with her family. The one grown-up exception might be Ethel, the black maid who has been with the family for two generations. But even Ethel has secrets.
Great read!The characters were very well established. I enjoyed this author's work. Very well written
Ethel, a black maid in a racist world - the true heart and soul of the Mackey Family - is the children's only constant as she fights her own numerous demons. Twelve-year-old Sallee struggles to understand the world with little enlightenment from the adults around her. Her older sister Stuart, a college student in New York City, finally escaped the South and drama of her family only to succumb to the terrible temptations of urban life.
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