Book Review of Abraham's Well

Abraham's Well
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I just started this, but it is a fascinating read. Foster tells the story from the point of view of an elderly woman relating her history. The woman is a black slave raised with a wealthy Cherokee/white family in the Cherokee lands just before the time of their removal. We follow her tragic story. It is a fast and great read based on the author's personal history and her extensive research. I can't wait to finish it and hope the ending lives up to the beginning. Great book for a discussion group, as it touches on a lot of little know history of the American Natives.