Monday, July 6, 2015

The Last Hotel for Women: A Novel, by Vicki Covington

Read, reviewed, and released in April, 2014

A fictional account of the Civil Rights Freedom Rides as seen through the eyes of a pre-teen girl and her teen age brother. They lived in a hotel run by their parents, where many news reporters from all over stayed, as well as one Freedom Rider, and which was frequented by the infamous Bull Conner.

It was interesting for the most part, but ended abruptly with too many questions left hanging.

1 comment:

  1. This sounds like an interesting book to read. I like historical fiction and this one about the Civil Rights movement would be a great read. However, abrupt endings that leaving too many unanswered questions doesn't make for a good red.


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