Dangrdafne book review:
Not at all what I expected!
What a gorgeous book about some not so gorgeous times.
A simple story about a female from childhood to adulthood in the deep south.
It tells the tale of her life and all that she goes through on her own, truly all.on.her.own.
It is disturbing at times, glorious at times and wholly real throughout.
You want to protect her, fight for her, yell at her, yell with her and be her at all different times in the story.
Her tale is long, sad and victorious but maybe not in the ways you think.
This story was not at all what I thought it would be but it was everything I needed it to be.
I feel stronger for having read it and more knowledgeable too on topics I would not have thought about otherwise.
This book took me two days to read and it's been two weeks and I am still not past it.
I loved that I cried both tears of sadness and of joy throughout this book.
It touched me on so many levels.
I know I don't say too much about the actual stories when I write my book reviews but that is because I want each person to be able to experience the story in the book on their own. You don't need me to give you the play by play, that is what you read the book for. I just offer my thoughts on how the book affected me. This one was pretty amazing and I really hope that if you haven't ever read it, you will seek it out.