For every Veronica, there’s a Betty, and for every Rachael, there’ll always be a Monica (with snatches of the oddball Phoebe thrown in).However, beneath the myriad shades of moods, temperaments, whims and fancies that set them apart, there runs a common strand that joins the whole lot of women.- Is there such a thing as delicious baking without refined sugar, dairy, gluten, or gluten-replacements? Her tips for a seasonal pantry make stocking an amazing arsenal a snap, and show how easy it can be to bring these healthful and delicious creations to every table. – This brave, brilliant debut novel explores territory that is both highly personal deeply politicized.This is a novel about race, but it is also a novel about another hot-button topic.When Nadia Turner finds herself in a particular type of trouble her senior year of high school, she must make a decision which will ripple throughout her adult life.
Hill has the knack for writing characters readers feel like we’ve known our entire lives, and his dialog is funny, wise, and alive.
Be prepared to suck in your breath, to laugh helplessly, and to lose yourself in brilliant commentary (in the guise of an engaging novel) about the state of today’s world.