Tharon Ann


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From the moment you open up the book and read the beginning author Jennifer Brookins tells her story in a way that is unique to the time period she grew up and to the area and people in her community. The dialect is authentic and the expressions true to life as we meet her as a young child living in the South in the 1930’s and struggling just to be accepted and loved. The author’s voice is heard and most of the story is told in the first person and the dialect fits the area or the South where she grew up. Just wanting to see herself on the wide screen, hoping that she will finally find a place in this world we meet her at a young age, hear the voices of so many that are prejudiced and the color lines that are drawn as the author takes us…

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Jewels in the Net of Gods: Lorell Frysh


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Jewels in the Net of the Gods

Sometimes worlds collide and customs blend together when people are different backgrounds by spiritual and religious learn to hear the words of others and understand and embrace their differences. We travel to many ancient lands within the pages of this book from Africa to Egypt in the past to Morocco and the caves as the author relates in the cover to Ancient Jerusalem. We hear many voices and the story is told by Kundun a Tibetan Buddhist Monk and Liora a young Jewish woman who wants to find herself and goes on a spiritual journey finding her way to the courtyard of a monastery in East Jerusalem and spending time with several Muslims, hearing words, sharing their religious beliefs and understanding their ways proving that although our ideologies might be different our ideals and thoughts need to be shared and understood. Hearing many…

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