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White’s fascinating window into history held me spellbound…

…watching two privileged sorority girls run headlong into the brutal history of America’s civil rights movement. This is a book with serious scope and vision, peopled by characters so flawed and human you can almost hear them breathing. White understands the ways that the past remains alive inside the present;

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Susan Rebecca White has set down a brave portrayal of the white liberal female in her new novel…

…This is a glimmering mosaic of a book, where tiny, shining pieces from the lives of two women running on parallel courses coalesce to create a stunning picture of a time and place, the fringes of a movement. In these characters, I found pieces of my friends, of myself, enough to make me care deeply and think hard,

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