Sugar

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Plume, 2001 - African American women - 229 pages
267 Reviews
Set in a small Arkansas town in the 1950s, a tale of loyalty and friendship between two African American women finds Jude turning to the church after the death of her daughter, and to a young woman who turns out to be a prostitute.

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This book had a surprising ending. - Goodreads
And the ending was just terrible! - Goodreads
Her prose is beautiful. - Goodreads
The imagery was powerful. - Goodreads
The ending is really sad, but undersatndable. - Goodreads
Loved the depth of character development. - Goodreads

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Excellent book.great character development and storyline. Very well written from cover to cover. Read full review

Review: Sugar (Sugar Lacey #1)

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i'm having a hard time putting a number on this book. so haunting, so many pages so brutal and hard to read. but how can i not give five stars to a book whose characters will linger, whose picture of ... Read full review

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