• File Size: 4286 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Danielle Stewart (January 22, 2015)
  • Publication Date: January 22, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English

Book Description

Remembering the past can be like buying a return ticket for a train you aren't sure you want to board. 

Rocking away on her peaceful front porch, Betty Grafton receives sad news which forces her to relive the darkest moments of her life. Surrounded by her family, a captive audience hanging onto her every word, she weaves the tale of how an unlikely and controversial friendship shaped her into the woman she is today. Exposing her own mistakes, fears, and soul deep heartbreak, Betty shares the hard truth about growing up in the South in the 1960's. 

Though the years have blown by with hurricane force, the ache in her heart feels fresh. The threat of harm still chills her to the core. But the joy of friendship continues to sustain her. 

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Book Review

I am really sorry that it took me so long to get to this beautiful book. I downloaded this way back in the month of April but forgot to read it! I was gently scanning through my kindle shelf when I saw it poking out. I began reading it and it was a revelation. The author has done a fantastic job of telling a beautiful story based on actual historical events that shaped a nation. Not only did I learn a whole lot more about the problems that were faced in the 1960s by the society at large, but I also found myself rooting for the three little kids who had to undergo the whole ordeal. I must say that I am glad to find that Betty is having a flashback because I hate to think of the main characters as long dead. Needless to say I was hooked to the book for the entire five hours it took me to read it and I was bugged with every distraction that took me away for however short period of time it was! Absolutely must read this book!

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