Glory Over Everything: Beyond The Kitchen House
by Kathleen Grissom
PBR Review:
I was a big fan of this this author’s THE KITCHEN HOUSE, so when I read Glory Over Everything picks up where that story left off, I was thrilled and couldn’t wait to read it. Glory Over Everything is a story that follows James Pyke and how, after escaping slavery at a young age, he came to live as white man enjoying life as one of Philadelphia’s elite.

This story is gripping and shows the far reaching effects of slavery, including the stigma it carries long after the shackles are removed. Parts of this story are heart wrenching and other parts illuminating and thought-provoking as James struggles with his identity and moral obligations. This is an emotionally charged book that is also inspirational. Recommend

Looking for more reading suggestions?
Visit Our Blog
Browse A Little
Sign Up For Our Free Newsletter
PBR book reviews and Reading guides for book clubs
Sign Up For Our Free Newsletter
Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Pintrest Follow us on InstaGram
Free bookmarks