Amazon Free Book Download: Yellow Crocus: A Novel by Laila Ibrahim


This book seems to be along the same lines as The Help so I thought some of you might be interested in checking it out.

Right now you can download Yellow Crocus: A Novel by Laila Ibrahim for FREE to your Kindle, PC or Smart Phone.

There is no plot synopsis online but I thought this review explained it very well:

I was most surprised by how much beauty and pleasure I could find in a book which in large part is about slavery. I could not put it down. With two small toddlers at home, it is rare for me to finish a book in 6 months, let alone in the few days it took me to read Yellow Crocus. The details of the deep and powerful relationship between a white girl and the black woman who nursed, raised her and saved her life- enabled me to stomach more of the realities of slavery and glimpse for moments about how folks managed those times. Of course, as a mother, it was unbelievably painful to read about what Mattie (the main character) has to endure with her own children. But this a decidedly a good pain that brings me in touch with the strength and brilliance of women….and the ability of some to continue to do the hard work of mothering and loving under the most difficult of circumstances. Thanks to Abrahim for letting me shed many a meaningful tear.

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