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Mudbound - Hillary Jordan This was a very fast and enjoyable book. Each chapter is told by a different character from the story. I love this type of writing. You get to read about one particular event in the eyes each person's perspective. It is very interesting to see a story unfold in this way.

I liked it and would recommend to anyone interested in the South during and after WWII. We cover family struggles, race relations, brutality, loss and so much more...I enjoyed (is that the right word?) the deliberate comparisons of Nazi Germany to the Deep South. Shocking to say the least and well written, IMO.