Laurel Dixon has it all. She is a Caucasian woman, living the American Dream... or so she thinks. She has a successful career in a world where women are expected to be home and stay silent. She is a proponent for equal rights, and has finally given birth to her first child after years of failed pregnancies.
What will happen when Laurel discovers in the most unwelcome way that her entire life has been only a Mirage?
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
yes but, I would rather read the book.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Mirage?
The realization of her heritage. Many have done the very same thing. My own family members have. Sad but true! Racism and Slavery tough!!!
What didn’t you like about Dr. D. L. Teamor’s performance?
THE MUSIC IN THE BACKGROUND!!!!!! Gave me a headache as I tried to focus on the story.
Could you see Mirage being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
Any additional comments?
I am ordering the companion book on my kindle.
Great story and and narrator but lose the background music. It's takes away from the listening experience. Still worth the credit.