[PDF] Download Ø The Sharecropper Prodigy | by ↠ David Lee Malone

By David Lee Malone | Comments: ( 945 ) | Date: ( Jan 25, 2020 )

Tom Martin tells the story of Ben Evans as well as his own eventful life as the two best friends are coming of age in depression era, rural Alabama Tom is white, Ben is black This sometimes creates problems in this particular time and place.A black kid growing up in the height of the Great Depression in rural Alabama, being raised by an alcoholic, abusive father This isTom Martin tells the story of Ben Evans as well as his own eventful life as the two best friends are coming of age in depression era, rural Alabama Tom is white, Ben is black This sometimes creates problems in this particular time and place.A black kid growing up in the height of the Great Depression in rural Alabama, being raised by an alcoholic, abusive father This is not the place, nor the circumstances, you would expect one of the brightest young minds of the time to emerge But Ben has an insatiable thirst for knowledge and a dogged determination to rise above the stigma that has followed his race and family for generations These character traits, along with some fortuitous events, are about to propel Ben into history But first, he must overcome poverty, racism and youth, as well as a murder charge.


  • Title: The Sharecropper Prodigy
  • Author: David Lee Malone
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Comments The Sharecropper Prodigy

  • Renée Williams

    I fell in love with Ben's thirst for knowledge. This book was very moving and touching. I cried and cried but I was also in awe with young Ben. The author of this book shows us how high and far the mind will take us once we fill it with knowledge. Ben did not let his color and age stop him from achieving what he wanted to achieve and doing what he knew was right. Even though the color of his skin brought on harsh treatment he treated everyone he meet with the same honest attitude. In the end it [...]


  • Willi

    This book was heartrending!I love books about how black people overcame the race obsticles and somehow survived.Most of the time it's the other way around.This read was great to be able to vision a boy who was so smart and though he was black, could not get enough knowledge or love his Country enough.


  • Elaine

    Interesting and disturbing read dealing with a dark time in USA history, proving once again that intelligence has nothing to do with money or skin color.


  • Eileen Abers

    great story that kept me reading.


  • Jerry Blackerby

    A very interesting historical fiction novel. It presents three children, a brilliant black boy, a white boy and a white girl, who grew up as close friends during the Great Depression in rural Alabama. The characters are believable and the history is accurate resulting in an interesting, easy read; a real page turner. I could hardly put the book down until I finished it. I recommend this book to anyone who loves historical fiction.


  • Jamie Teixeira

    AmazingI absolutely loved this book. It contained everything. Friendship, loyalty, love, small minded bigotry, death, intellect, people getting their comeuppance. So beautiful written. It wasn't really a thriller but it definitely had suspense and a storyline that I have never come across. Highly recommended. The ending is so sad but I won't tell you why. Great job Malone.


  • Steve

    Good storyWell written tale of a brilliant black boy's struggle to overcome racism in the deep south in the 1940s. Great character development and expression of the prevailing attitudes of that time period.


  • Laurie Burlison

    Not bad, but lots of errorsIt was enjoyable, but there were so many typographical and grammatical errors. They made me nuts! I enjoyed the characters, though. I only wish real life fell into place so easily.


  • Jonetta Taylor

    Excellent readExcellent readfrom the first page to the last, it kept me wanting to read more.would love to see a second book picking up where this one left off


  • Loren Brown

    Awesome readI enjoy the book so much A must read book I couldn't put it down I hope they make a movie


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