Being Plumville has ratings and 88 reviews. Diana said: So, I was writing an awesome review and a storm came in and knocked my power out. Anyway, her. Set during the turbulent s, Benjamin and Coralee experience change in a community unprepared and unwelcoming of it. Can a relationship rekindle and. In this dramatic novel, Friersos (The Sight: City of Sin) explores the pleasures and perils of interracial romance in In the nondescript.
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I truly felt the love. This book is awesome, totally sucked me in, I could not put it plumvikle. My lack of enjoyment was more tied to the unavoidable angst tied to the subject matter and the fact that there wasn’t a whole lot of time spent on the ROMANCE and relationship progression. This isn’t pretty for people, it wasn’t in the 60’s and it still isn’t for some couples even today. Plumville, Georgia had an order to its way geing life, and few ever upset it. But Savannah Frierson knew exactly what needed to be exposed.
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Benjamin’s mother, Beiny, overhears this bit of information and forbids Patty from bringing Coralee back into her home. I loved the struggles the two characters went through. Monica rated it really liked it Nov 26, It will take you into the world, lives and hearts of the characters and you will be fighting for the love of Benjamin and Coralee every step of the way, right to the very end.
Love knows no boundaries. Feb 27, Mandy J added it. Especially since I felt like the issues I saw could’ve been bwing in this book.
The story is well written; but for a while, I criticized the author for having page after page of narration on the racist attitudes of people with little about the protagonists of the story. It is simply splendid, gave a review for it at Amazon. J absolutely loved this book. If you have read books by SJF’s but missed this one out then turn right around and get it, and if you have not read a SJF then you need to put this one on the top of your list.
Fiction Book Review: Being Plumville by Savannah J. Frierson. SJF Books, , $ ASIN B00C1BYRCS
Shantel D rated it really liked it Feb 02, The romance between the pair was so sweet and the situations were very real. View all 11 comments. My other issue was that the end of the book felt extremely rushed. Nov 03, Laura rated it it was amazing.
Racism isn’t gone, but it’s a bittersweet moment to think about how far we’ve come. It was educating in that way of reminding you of what we, people, all races, activists, and those dedicated had to do and go through to get to the place in the world where we are now.
The kids plumvillw and taunt Ceelee because she’s black. It was educating in that way of reminding you of what we, people, all races, activists, and those dedicated had to do and go through to get to the plumvlle in the world where we are no This book was amazing and authentic. Being Plumville came everywhere with me until I finished.
Sep 09, Marianne rated it it was amazing Shelves: It was such an innocent admission, but he felt the power of it surge within him. The author i I met this very young author pljmville the Black Ink author festival in Charleston, SC last month, and after poumville her answers to some very excellent panel discussion questions, I put her book on hold at the public library.
Mi pento di non averlo letto prima. The N-word, the eroticism of Black women, the disgust and bigotry of both races towards the couple in love Love, love, love it. Benny declares that he’s going to marry Ceelee.
I was assuming something about Felix’s past but the book never lead down that path. What happened between Coralee leaving school and them getting married? Published March 29th by iUniverse first published March 26th So, I was writing an awesome review and a storm came in and knocked my power out.
Other than that, this was a good read and I enjoyed it.