- Rated 4 stars
“In this debut novel the story-telling is excellent. Some of the character’s like Gus and Charley will endear themselves to the reader while there are others you want to shake some sense into. We are dealing with the struggle of human rights and the visciouness of all forms of prejudice. Through this beautiful story we learn of love; physical, emotional and spiritual. We are enlightened by thoughts and lessons of tolerance, empathy and sesitivity and are reminded of how close-mindedness, hurtful words and gossip can literally kill the spirit in others. The problems in 1895 are no different from what we deal with today.
I borrowed this book from the Kindle Lending Library.”