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The Water Dancer Young Hiram Walker Was Born Into Bondage When His Mother Was Sold Away, Hiram Was Robbed Of All Memory Of Her But Was Gifted With A Mysterious Power Years Later, When Hiram Almost Drowns In A River, That Same Power Saves His Life This Brush With Death Births An Urgency In Hiram And A Daring Scheme To Escape From The Only Home He S Ever Known.So Begins An Unexpected Journey That Takes Hiram From The Corrupt Grandeur Of Virginia S Proud Plantations To Desperate Guerrilla Cells In The Wilderness, From The Coffin Of The Deep South To Dangerously Utopic Movements In The North Even As He S Enlisted In The Underground War Between Slavers And The Enslaved, Hiram S Resolve To Rescue The Family He Left Behind Endures. EPUB ✼ A Fire Sparkling Author Julianne MacLean – Videoelemental.co.uk Hiram Was Robbed Of All Memory Of Her But Was Gifted With A Mysterious Power Years Later Download ☆ Running Blind (Havoc, By S.E. Jakes – Videoelemental.co.uk When Hiram Almost Drowns In A River !!> Epub ➤ Tell Me You Love Me (Fire Me Up, ➣ Author Julie Prestsater – Videoelemental.co.uk That Same Power Saves His Life This Brush With Death Births An Urgency In Hiram And A Daring Scheme To Escape From The Only Home He S Ever Known.So Begins An Unexpected Journey That Takes Hiram From The Corrupt Grandeur Of Virginia S Proud Plantations To Desperate Guerrilla Cells In The Wilderness !!> Read ➮ All Creatures Great and Small ➲ Author Precious Moments – Videoelemental.co.uk From The Coffin Of The Deep South To Dangerously Utopic Movements In The North Even As He S Enlisted In The Underground War Between Slavers And The Enslaved [[ Ebook ]] ➧ Secrets of Winter Author Ginnie Carmichael – Videoelemental.co.uk Hiram S Resolve To Rescue The Family He Left Behind Endures.


About the Author: Ta-Nehisi Coates

Ta Nehisi Coates is the author of the 1 New York Times bestseller Between the World and Me, a finalist for the National Book Award A MacArthur Genius Grant fellow, Coates has received the National Magazine Award, the Hillman Prize for Opinion and Analysis Journalism, and the George Polk Award for his Atlantic cover story The Case for Reparations He lives in New York with his wife and son.



10 thoughts on “The Water Dancer

  1. says:

    banging pots and pans together HELLO I D LIKE TO BRING EVERYONE S ATTENTION TO THIS BOOK WHICH IS DESCRIBED AS A bracingly original vision of the world of slavery, written with the narrative force of a great adventure Driven by the author s bold imagination and striking ability to


  2. says:

    I m giving those stars in shame, hands shaking as I push them to the key board and clicked 3 shiny stars Then I started to run away, dropping down my phone as if someone gave me a daily chore to clean up the entire house and I m escaping from secret big hole at my wall hid behind Rita Haywo


  3. says:

    4 starsAt its core, this novel is a story of slavery, the shameful injustice, horrific treatment of human beings, of the amazing guts and guile of the people in the Underground transporting people to freedom, in the south of the 1860 s This is such a powerful story depicting the life of slaves on


  4. says:

    If you ve read his non fiction than you know what a powerfully this author writes I was so curious about his first first foray into fiction Would it be as good, as powerful For me the answer is yes This is a vividly portrayed and imaginative slave narrative It takes place mostly in Virginia at a planta


  5. says:

    Obviously I m the worst at coming back to review those pesky RTC placeholders, but I felt the need to say a few words regarding this one Even though I can t remember any specific quotes this far removed, I will always remember how moving the narrative is, how engaging the writing was, and how necessary, impo


  6. says:

    A breathtakingly imaginative, lyrical and well researched antebellum historical fiction debut novel, infused with magical realism from Ta Nehisi Coates Follow the life of the extraordinary enslaved Hiram Walker, the black son of Howell Walker, plantation owner in Virginia, whose mother is sold by his father at the


  7. says:

    The beginning pulled me in right away but then at some point I found myself forcing to read it.Poetic writing brutal powerful history but rather than being worried the subject would be too emotionally heavy to experienceI failed in getting the jell O to gel One of the most gorgeous book covers I ve seen all year An Opra


  8. says:

    I m in the minority here so read other people s reviews.Up to around 35% I just loved this book. then it went off into another direction and moved so very slow. I kept going till 50% and could not bring myself to keep going I m giving it three stars because of the part that I loved Thank you to Netgalley and One World for the


  9. says:

    If you surrendered to the air, you could ride it Toni Morrison, Song of SolomonIn Ta Nehisi Coates s debut novel, The Water Dancer, a young enslaved man named Hiram Walker gets involved in the Underground Railroad His personal resistance manifests in Conduction, an incipient mystical power which if only Hiram


  10. says:

    This book grabbed me from its first pages and never let me go Hiram Walker is the son of a plantation owner But he s the black son, born to a slave and thus a slave himself His mother was sold Natchez way when he was 9 After a near death experience as a young man, he plots to escape Despite having a photographic memory, Hiram has lost hi


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