Twenty years ago, Sister Souljah’s debut novel, The Coldest Winter Ever, became a bestselling cultural phenomenon. Fans fell in love with the unforgettable Winter Santiaga, daughter of a prominent Brooklyn drug-dealing family, who captivated her...
"I related to this book on many levels. I am an African American with a sister who looked very different than me, although we were "Irish twins" born one year apart. African Americans come in many shades of brown including white chocolate. In many ..."
"Better than a regular history book. I was born and raised in New England and really liked the way the author described the places and matched them to the same places in the present. It gave me a different perspective of the Pilgrims, Mayflowers p..."