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Seeds Of Magnolia ❮Download❯ ➻ Seeds Of Magnolia Author Bill Miller – Thomashillier.co.uk The most peaceful years of Austin Miller’s life were before he married Only he Sophia and her mother Elizabeth were in the house After his marriage the house became a hotbed of chaos fueled by overz The most peaceful years of Austin Miller’s life were before Seeds Of PDF or he married Only he Sophia and her mother Elizabeth were in the house After his marriage the house became a hotbed of chaos fueled by overzealous attitudes and unyielding temperaments His marriage had been strained by adultery and after it had been patched they were separated by the war Sophia’s best friends were three white girls that she grew up with When seen by someone that did not know them they would assume that all four were white The color of their skin would not be enough to tell that one had a trace of black blood in her veins that made her a slave Appearing to be white did not make a person white and being black had its’ limitations Yet in a small southern town in Tennessee Sophia ignored the social code regarding interracial relationships Seeds Of Magnolia unveils some of the stories that have been sheltered by the family—stories that have been kept in the closet swept under the rug or just gone untold.


6 thoughts on “Seeds Of Magnolia

  1. Sylvia Sylvia says:

    Great StoryThis book would make a great movie I would have given it a 5 Star rating except for the poor sentence construction For me it was a difficult read due to poor editing Maybe it wasn't edited? Don't think I've ever seen the word that used so often Found myself reconstructing the sentences as I read them My thought as I read was Is the book being written by a slave? as it reads as such As it turned out I wasn't too far from the truth The story is beautiful and worth the read Don't let poor sentence construction and over use of that deter you from reading the book


  2. Cheryl L. Massena Cheryl L. Massena says:

    Doesn’t flowI didn’t finish it It just didn’t seem to flow right I felt like the author was making excuses for every action


  3. Patricia Patricia says:

    There's no words to describe this book I just loved reading itThere's no words to describe this book I just loved reading it My hometown is Bolivar Tennessee I've also lived in Jackson Tennessee This book has brought soo many emotions out of me If a book can bring as many emotions as this one it's a great one It had my emotions going all over the place Sophia Elizabeth were loving and strong characters and did what necessary to survive Some found love and some lost love The faced tragity sorrow betrayal sickness and death I need Bill Miller to write books I also need him to write a continuation of this book


  4. Peggy Beckwith Peggy Beckwith says:

    Would make a good movieThis book was hard to read Poor sentence structuring The author told the story Told us everything the characters said and did The characters didn't speak The characters weren't alive talking and telling the story Kind of like the author was reading a list of things the characters said and did


  5. Nancy H. Hughes Nancy H. Hughes says:

    the household is changed fine book explores the moods of segrrgation varrfully wovpn into a southern family who beuse of the civil war are forced onto a new understanding of their lifrstyle


  6. Susan Tarr Susan Tarr says:

    To say I adored this book would be an understatement This narrative non fiction is without a doubt a 5 star read with its subtle humor and lyrical proseBill Miller has penned an intriguing refreshing take on the civil war and those involved during that time His unflinching pen has created a fascinatingly insightful storyMy understanding of the civil war and slavery in the deep south was patchy at best Now I have a deeper appreciation of how things probably were for many people of that era To read how Sophie lived with a foot in both worlds was fascinating and to continue on to see how she would fare on her own was delightful Here was a young woman who knew who she was a product of a slave owner and slave rape only to find herself in that same situation many years laterI enjoyed how the various personalities developed from good to bad and vice versa with no particular judgement levelled This work simply and effectively depicted humanity and its confusion during this era and stood fast to the goodness in life This is not a uick read because once you have started on this journey you will not want to stop Or miss anything


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