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Wench – Dolen Perkins- Valdez
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such a fascinating piece of our history. Like so many of the World War II books I read, slavery in the U.S. and how people can treat each other is not only unbelievable but almost unbearable to read about and think about. One of the most unbelievable parts

is that the slave owners saw nothing wrong with their actions….whether it be beating their slaves or raping their slaves, this was “their property” and they could do as they wish. This unfortunate part of our history did happen and no matter how hard it may be to read or believe, it must be remembered and shared and never forgotten. Now I will finally get to what this book is about. This story takes place at a summer resort in Ohio, called Tawana House, before the Civil War. It is a place where Northerners and Southerners vacation . The Southern men like to bring along their slave mistresses and leave their wives at home and this does not sit well with the Northerners. Three slave mistresses have become friends over the years and look forward to seeing each other every summer. Lizzie, Reenie and Sweet actually look forward to their summer break and really hadn’t questioned their slavery and freedom until they meet Mawu and the talk of running away and being free and how this could change everything. What these women had to sacrifice daily in order to survive and save their families was truly dehumanizing. The relationships in the story are complex…there are the slave relationships with each other, the slave /master relationships, the slave mistress relationships with the actual mistresses of the house, the relationships between free colored people and slaves and then with the white Northerners as well. Watching these relationships develop is quite interesting along with reading about the risks that these women take to try and save themselves and their families is inspirational. I enjoyed this book and this time period and definitely recommend it.