Katheryn Stockett Book Club Picks
PBR Review: This is an entertaining story that takes place in Mississippi during the Civil Rights Movement. Initially I did not like the deep southern dialect of the two maids, but once I accepted this, I was drawn into the book and was abl More


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Talking Points: An excellent book club choice that stirs up emotions and leaves the reader wanting more. It takes place during the height of the civil rights era and has provocative characters that feel authentic. Book clubs will enjoy discussing the three very remarkable, very different women who tell this story and the interactions between the black maids and their white employers. The dynamics of this time period with its social injustices will also stimulate lots of lively discussion. This is a book that stays with you long after you have finished it.
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