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Absalom's Daughters by Suzanne Feldman is a story of race and poverty in the South in the 1950s. It is a story of a journey of two sisters. It is the story of two young women coming of age. Overall, the premise is promising, but the promise is not completely fulfilled. The book is entertaining but lacks the “wow” factor to make it a compelling and memorable one.
Read my complete review at Memories From Books - Absalom's Daughters.
Reviewed based on a publisher’s galley received through NetGalley.