Street of Angels

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Everyone knows a few sermons can't change the world of the Deep South in the turbulent 1960's, especially when certain preachers on opposite sides of the color line prefer the status quo. But two nearly destitute widows and their very different sons reaching across the street in selfless love just might save their community.
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Words: 126,580
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452344072

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Review by: donbloss on Nov. 15, 2016 :
I would love for the world to be like this. Until recently, most whites had forgotten to be discriminatory and did not know blacks hate us so much. Now, with calls for blacks to kill whites or blacks to kill cops, I don't trust any black stated to say my black friends but I don't even trust them now. I marched for integration in the '60s but, after seeing recent occurrences, riots, beating whites, killing cops, I now wish I'd have joined the Klan. A 70 year old that wasn't prejudiced until he observed and experienced what blacks have become. But, as an ideal, the book is desirable and it is indeed, well written. I would and will read it again.
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Review by: au on Feb. 26, 2013 :
A very enjoyable read. I recommend it.
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Review by: au on Feb. 26, 2013 : (no rating)
This book was a very enjoyable read. I'd recommend it.
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Review by: Jonathan James on April 06, 2012 :
I agree with the other review, outstanding! Well written, good & believable characters & just a great story. I kept thinking about To Kill A Mocking Bird (a favorite of mine)as I read the book. The story fits that genre and, I think it may just be a better book! I enjoyed it & plan to read it again every few years.
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Review by: Marina Rojas on April 01, 2012 :
I thought this book was outstanding. Really enjoyed reading it, got caught up in the characters and loved how the story plot worked itself all out in the end. Well written, I really enjoyed this.
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