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The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration [With Earbuds] (Pre-Recorded Audio Player)

The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration [With Earbuds] Cover Image
By Isabel Wilkerson, Robin Miles (Performed by)
$116.99
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April 2012 Indie Next List


“The massive migration of black people out of the South during the 20th century is a subject that has never been truly examined in popular history. That oversight has been rectified in this magisterial work. Concentrating on three individuals, Wilkerson puts a human face on a movement that transformed American society on every level and brought the depths and heights of tragedy and triumph to those who had the courage to escape the oppression of Jim Crow.”
— Bill Cusumano, Nicola's Books, Ann Arbor, MI

Product Details
ISBN: 9781455824588
ISBN-10: 1455824585
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication Date: June 2011
Language: English
Series: Playaway Adult Nonfiction

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For fantasy fans who want a more historical tale, or historical fiction buffs who want something a little more fantastical this genre-bending book is the perfect choice! It follows Lee Westfall, a young woman living in 19th century Georgia who has a secret: she is a gold diviner. When tragedy strikes her family, her only option for escape and opportunity seems to be joining a wagon trail west to strike it rich in California’s gold rush. But the journey is more harrowing than she can imagine… she must disguise herself as a boy and face all manner of tribulations on the trail. This book is incredibly engrossing… not only is the story suspenseful, but the characters and fantastical elements are portrayed in such an intimate way it feels almost like reading real history. - Linnea