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    The invention of wings

    What a wonderful book. I read this as i loved The secret Life of Bees written by the same author. Beautifully written. Eye opening to the dreadful history of slavery. I only wish I'd known at the time of reading this wonderful story that the characters were based on real people. What truly brave and inspirational women.
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    Great read

    Loved this book from Sue Monk Kidd as I have read another of her books .the secret life of bees which was later turned into a movie. Both wonderful, looking forward to reading another of her works as I am sur she won't disappoint.
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    Invention of wings

    Excellent reading, a mix of fact with a little fiction which enhances the interest in the harrowing, but compelling storyline.
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    A history of today

    Still resonates as there are more slaves in the world today than ever, both literally and from the constraints of society and religion. Women in particular are still the victims. This is a story of having the courage to break free of either. Very powerful. Read and take note, then do.
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    Luminous

    While Sue Monk Kidd has long been one of my favourite authors - in this novel, she has grown wings. Her depth of research is extraordinary, as is her capacity to so faithfully resurrect the lives of courageous Southern women. Not always easy to read, yet a deeply compelling narrative that will stay with me a long time.
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