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Review: The Kitchen House

User Review  - Sandra Grauschopf - Goodreads

This is one of those books where I started dragging my feet when the ending got closer, because I didn't want to say goodbye to the characters. I can't speak as to whether it's a "true" portrayal of ... Read full review

Review: The Kitchen House

User Review  - Victoria Dougherty - Goodreads

I want to start out by saying that the premise of this book is so fascinating. It looks at the life of a white, indentured servant girl living as a slave in the American south in the early nineteenth ... Read full review

Review: The Kitchen House

User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

History and historical fiction are my favorite genres, and after reading so many, many memoirs of very difficult lives, such as Frank McCourt's "Angela's Ashes", or "Twelve Years a Slave" by Solomon ... Read full review

Review: The Kitchen House

User Review  - Jennifer Daniells - Goodreads

The writing in this book was perfect. Of course I wanted more detail in certain parts, but the withdrawal of material made me itch for more. Kathleen Grissom wrote an extremely difficult, yet amazing ... Read full review

Review: The Kitchen House

User Review  - Donna Nieman - Goodreads

Excellent. The human injustice is depicted in a way that engages the reader. Read full review

Review: The Kitchen House

User Review  - Susan Moss - Goodreads

The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom (finished 4/5/14): Oh, I really wanted to like this book, as three friends whose judgment I trust each gave it 5 stars on Goodreads (and it was a gift from one of ... Read full review

Review: The Kitchen House

User Review  - Renae - Goodreads

This book was emotionally exhausting for me. I was torn about giving 5/4 stars... Beautifully written, and I LEARNED something reading it about our history. That's my fav when that happens! Read full review

Review: The Kitchen House

User Review  - Laurie - Goodreads

White, orphaned indentured servant Lavinia ends up on a plantation in Virginia in the late 1700's. I love good character development and you really feel the nuances of many characters and the ... Read full review

Review: The Kitchen House

User Review  - Amy Amos - Goodreads

I enjoyed this book and became attached to the characters. I ended up staying awake late to read the last pages! However there was too much melodrama in the story. By the end I was starting to roll my ... Read full review

Review: The Kitchen House

User Review  - Barb Fay - Goodreads

Think "Gone With the Wind." A good story about the horrors of living on a Virginia plantation during the late 1700s-early 1800s. Read full review


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