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    Song to remember

    What a wonderful story, Sing Unburied Sing is a masterpiece, I loved every page of it. The way the characters are opened up for our inspection using their own words. Ghostly and happy and sad. I devoured every page and was sorry when I had finished. Brilliant.
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    Beautiful!

    Beautiful use of language & narrative. Heart warming & heart breaking at the same time. Loved it!
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    An odyssey

    A powerful, angry and affecting book. The ongoing damages of racism are followed through the history of one black family in the Mississippi Delta. Four distinct voices tell the story. The most persistent belongs to a boy on the cusp of adolescence, struggling to make his way in adverse circumstances; the saddest, that of a long-dead boy of the same age, unloved, abused, seeking clarity and peace. Acts of love and kindness are sufficient to redeem these children. Though confronting, it's finally life-affirming. A good piece of writing, from controlled anger to tender lyricism, its characters firmly based.
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    Excellent

    Thoughtful, great characters, layers within the story.
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    Songlines

    What a story of love and pain and grief! So beautifully and lovingly told, it opens the heart to the suffering of all those we marginalise - past and present. A timely story as racism tragically gains more power.
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