Reaching Back by Nea A. Simone



Reaching Back reaches into your heart and mind as it leaves you wondering about the lives of your own ancestors.  As you’re transported into the world of the descendents of slavery through the lives of four generations of women, you’ll feel their pain as they handle rapes, incest, racism, difficult relationships, money problems, and disappointments with their children all the while struggling to provide their children with better lives.  The strength of Megan, Carrie, Ana, and Mignon will inspire you to strive to be a better person.  Simone puts a face to a history too often dismissed and ignored.

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