Ruby by Cynthia Bond




An intense, dark and cruel account of young Ruby Bell life. Once you start reading one cannot put his book down. Flipping page after page, engrossed in the intensity of it. The author Cynthia Bond eloquently told her story so passionately through the words the author penned in this story. Adult reading because of the graphic violation Ruby endured at a very young age which lead through her adulthood. Emphram Jennings played an important part in her life, instant connection. Time and situation crossed their paths but it was not meant to be or was it? Emphram held the memory of Ruby, their first encounter by the river and meeting Ma Tante. Now Ma Tante is no stranger in Liberty, she lives in the woods with a yard filled with mirrors, shining brightly, next to open jars. Twigs, moss, mud, cloth and bits of hair had been mixed…

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