Winner Kentucky Novel Of The Year, 2003Winner Award For Special Achievement From Fellowship Of Southern WritersNominee Southern Book Critics Circle PrizeNominee BookSense Book Of The Year Longlist So It Is That Vine, Cherokee Born And Raised In The Early 1900s, Trains Her Eye On A Young White Man, Forsaking Her Family And Their Homeland To Settle In With Saul S People His Smart As A Whip, Slow To Love Mother, Esme His Brother Aaron, A Gifted Banjo Player, Hot Tempered And Unpredictable And Aaron S Flightly And Chattery Melungeon Wife, Aidia It S A Delicate Negotiation Into This New Family And Culture, One That Vine S Mother Had Predicted Would Not Go Smoothly But It S Worse Than She Could Have Imagined Vine Is Viewed As An Outsider By The Townspeople Aaron, She Slowly Realizes, Is Strangely Fixated On Her But What Is At First Difficult Becomes A Test Of Her Spirit And In The Violent Turn Of Events That Ensues, She Learns What It Means To Forgive Others And, Most Important, How To Forgive Herself.
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- 304 pages
- A Parchment of Leaves
- Silas House
- 03 September 2019 Silas House