Acclaimed author Shawne Johnson writes the intriguing story about the fictional town of Eden, Ohio and it's inhabitants. Founded by a group of run-away slaves, it's been up to their ancestors to keep the town prospering. However, many have forgotten the sacrifices their ancestors made to build the beautiful town that they live in. Caroline Clay's exceptional performance adds extra spice to this captivating tale.
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"A town created by runaway slaves in the mid-nineteenth century remains inhabited by generations of their descendents. However, will past sins lead to the town's demise in the twenty-first century? Caroline Clay's husky voice sets the perfect tone for this gothic tale. She easily slides from the dialect of the slave traders to the contemporary speech of their troubled great-grandchildren. Clay manages to give each character a distinctive voice so that, no matter how rapid the exchange of dialogue, we never lose an individual in the fray. Most importantly, she never makes this audiobook a showcase for her narrative talents, but gives a true ensemble performance. P.R. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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