Clover's Child

Clover's Child

by Amanda Prowse
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Clover's Child 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Missisue4 More than 1 year ago
The LAST line of this book will blow you away.  As you follow Dot through the one of the hardest, scariest, darkest years of her life you  will ache for her, cry with her and want so desperately to help her.   This is a story about love, the love between a young couple, who should have everything to look forward to together.  They talk about their future together in longing detail, the promises made from one to the other, the commitment to always be together.  It should be so simple....  Sadly it is everything but.   This is a story of a white girl from a poor family living in London who falls for a black boy who is visiting with his rich, powerful family from an island paradise in the 1960's.  You will see how family can be so cruel and hateful, how the older adults how you  are suppose to look up to can be so narrow minded and beyond selfish.  You will see how money and the color of a persons skin rule over everything else.  You will see a young woman broken beyond repair .... but is she ?  This may sound like a bad story and a book you do not want to read but I guarantee that you will be thoroughly captivated and when you read the last line, it will all fall into perspective.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Claps a little. "Great* she calls.