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Publisher's Summary

Essence best-selling author Keith Lee Johnson's popular series continues with this fourth book, which reaches back to unearth the roots of JohnnieWise's family tree.

On the eve of her arranged marriage in an African village, a 16-year-old girl elopes with her fiancé's younger brother. But the lovers are captured and sold into American slavery - and the girl wonders if she'll ever see her man again.

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©2009 Keith Lee Johnson; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Tyrone
  • Simi Valley , CA, USA
  • 04-20-10

Wonderful Story of History and Never ending Love

I thoroughly enjoyed this book as it took me back to a time before me into slavery. It educated me as well as entertained me in a way that kept me wanting more. The narrator was excellent and the story flowed at a well paced tempo. I give this book a thumb up! 2 thumbs up!

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This was such a great reading. I must move on to

the next book..I wasn't expecting an ending like this. You really kept my attention.. Loved It!!!!!

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We never what the future holds

What made the experience of listening to Little Black Girl Lost 4 the most enjoyable?

The history and the love that would last through eternity. The greed, mixed with love hostility. Just a great book. Again a classic example of how you just never know what the future holds for you.

What other book might you compare Little Black Girl Lost 4 to and why?

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Have you listened to any of Beresford Bennett???s other performances before? How does this one compare?

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Who was the most memorable character of Little Black Girl Lost 4 and why?

They all were great to me. They all complimented each other.

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I never really knew the history of New Orlean in the days of slavery. so it was a huge history lesson for me

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  • Renee
  • Racine, WI, United States
  • 01-02-11

not as good as 1 2 and 3

I had a hard time paying attention to this one. Some aspects seemed very unrealistic.