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GLOW

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Tuccelli's ambitious first novel offers a fictionalized history of race relations—slavery, the appropriation of Cherokees' land, the rise of the KKK—encapsulated in the family history of the descendents of Solomon Bounds, an early-19th-century pioneer in rural north Georgia. In October 1941, Mia McGee, of Cherokee descent and married to her black childhood sweetheart Obidiah Bounds, is an NAACP ... Read full review

Review: Glow

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com

In the autumn of 1941, Amelia J. McGee, a young woman of Cherokee and ScotchIrish descent, and an outspoken pamphleteer for the NAACP, hastily sends her daughter, Ella, alone on a bus home to Georgia in the middle of the nighta desperate action that is met with dire consequences when the child encounters two drifters and is left for dead on the side of the road. Ella awakens to find herself in the ... Read full review

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