One Sister's Song #(2021)
- Title: One Sister's Song
- Author: Karen DeGroot Carter
- ISBN: 9780967386737
- Page: 474
- Format: None
Free Download One Sister's Song - by Karen DeGroot Carter - One Sister's Song, One Sister s Song One Sister s Song is a love story and a lesson in history and sociology all tied up in one work It expolres family dynamics racial identity and the struggles of a single woman facing unexpected chan
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As a mother of a multi racial family, I can tell you that books about multi racial families are few and far between Not only did this book strike a chord with me, but the story was gripping A well woven story about families dealing with racism, cultural differences, trust, love and respect.
I am a biracial woman and my mother is a native of Brooklyn we both loved the characters of this book it gets five stars and four thumbs up from us both.
I read this book in November Karen s use of flashbacks threw me at first but quickly I began to feel their rhythm and it worked quite well I m white but spent my single parenting days in Hawaii where the edge is on white people And on the other hand I grew up with a very bigoted father So this was an interesting book for me on so many levels but especially the part about the pressures and challenges of raising children Loved the impact of family background in this book Might be thought of as a j [...]
3.5 stars A book I will remember I always enjoy reading stories that stay with me during the day as if pulling me like a siren s song to return to find out what would happen next Usually I find this mystery books This was almost a family saga and a coming of age tale Only the main character is coming of age as an adult dealing with loss, duty, and uncertainty.
LOVED this book
Not the most believable plot but interesting, about racial tensions in NY
Good theme and storyline Only there was so much going on that is seemed scattered Needed some editing.
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