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    Like a very fine wine. Drink slowly to savor!

    I received this book as a Christmas present, and thoroughly enjoyed every page. I laughed and cried as the author created a story and characters which are realistic and relatable. The story was completely unpredictable! In the end I was shocked. I've added this book permantly to my bookshelf, because there are so many underwritten storylines, I must read it again to actually absorb all the book contains. Yes, a must read for the avid reader. I would not recommend this book for a speed reader, as they will no doubt miss the flavor and emotions that one will experience in each chapter. In other words, they cannot truly appreciate the content in a speed reading manner. Enjoy this book like a fine wine.
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    Love Knows no Color

    Love knows no color An Uncommon Folk Rhapsody was very well written, it was a page turner and kept me reading until the end. It is a very diverse book covering topics such as slavery, prejudice, loyalty to country, Love, Romance, as well as cruelty, rape amid a background of Africa, China and the Civil War in America. These are artfully intertwined with each other to offer a heartwarming, sometimes heartbreaking story. The first third of the book starts with two stories. The story of an orphan "Shay" in China rescued by sea Captain Price as a cabin boy on his ship and the story of an African girl captured and shipped to the U.S. and sold as a slave to Colonel Walters an Alabama plantation owner who names her "Victoria". The book than skips to the Civil War in America. Shay, now living with Captain Price in America as his son, joins the Union Army as a scout. Victoria is a companion to the daughter of Colonel Walters and a maid at the plantation. How all this comes about and the story of Shay and Victoria's meeting is the story being told. It involves many other great characters. The Characters are realistic, the history is true to history, the surroundings are described in detail. You can step into this story and feel their feelings, their tears, their happiness. I could almost feel the Alabama heat. It is a great read and I would highly recommend it. Thanks to C.J. Heigelmann, Common Folk Press, and BookSirens for giving me a copy of the book for an honest review. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

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