A subtle and haunting book that examines what it means to be who we are.
The Freedom Maze will entrap young readers and deliver them, at the story’s end, that little bit older and wiser.
I think younger readers and adults alike will be completely riveted by her magical journey into her own family’s double-edged past.
In 1960 Sophie's wish unexpectedly results in her trip back in time to her family's plantation in 1860 . . . This is a riveting, edge-of-the-seat story. Delia Sherman is a brilliant writer, and this book is the most recent proof of that.