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By Embassie Susberry | Comments: ( 810 ) | Date: ( Feb 25, 2020 )

Second Place Winner of the 2011 Women of Faith Writing Contest Set in a small Mississippi town during the heart of the Civil Rights era, The Eyes of the Heart is a story about forgiveness, love, fear and hate It is also a story about Edith Holden, a young woman living in the deep south who finds herself unwillingly confronted with racism, social injustice and her love foSecond Place Winner of the 2011 Women of Faith Writing Contest Set in a small Mississippi town during the heart of the Civil Rights era, The Eyes of the Heart is a story about forgiveness, love, fear and hate It is also a story about Edith Holden, a young woman living in the deep south who finds herself unwillingly confronted with racism, social injustice and her love for a man she is unsure she will ever have.


  • Title: The Eyes of the Heart
  • Author: Embassie Susberry
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Embassie Susberry

I still remember the exact day I fell in love with reading It was night time and raining Mom and dad had already sent me and my sister to bed But I couldn t sleep We didn t have cable and I m pretty sure the parents wouldn t allow it and cartoons were over for the day I remember turning on the light, looking across the room at my snoring sister and then at my bookcase filled with books I wasn t a reader at the time, but my mother was She was constantly buying me something I walked over to the bookshelf and pulled my newest book off the shelf and just began to read For the first time I learned what it was to leave my room and go some place else, to care about imaginary people so much, I simply had to turn the page, to get so caught up in a story, hours flew by And it is that exact feeling that I want so much to create in my readers Enjoyment, entertainment, and feeling blessed.



Comments The Eyes of the Heart

  • Paula Vince

    This is a story about two African-American sisters set in the Civil Rights period of the twentieth century. It follows the fortunes of Eddy (Edith) and her sister, Sylvia, from their childhoods to adulthood. It's set in the deep south, Mississippi.The narrator, Eddy, is in love with Robert, a handsome man with a heart for social justice. She faces the heartache of feeling that she's not his first choice, and the ever-looming threat of danger his path involves. Her sister, Sylvia's story was even [...]


  • Almenia Logan

    AWESOME READIronically I read this book in the month of February, dubbed Black History month. It was awesome and informative. A great taste of our history.


  • Kay Mack

    Great ReadI was captivated by this story from page one, and not disappointed until it ended. I wanted it to continue. Having grown up during the period this country was finally beginning to face its responsibility to give blacks their rights as citizens, and having participated in the struggle, I found the characters, the setting and the history to be a true reflection of the reality of that time. The story of Eddy, Sylvia and Nathan is beautifully written. I highly recommend this novel to all r [...]


  • Lillie

    I loved this book and couldn't put it down. The characters were well-developed, and the story really opened my eyes to racism and the civil rights movement. It's hard to imagine supposedly civilized human beings--even claiming to be Christians!--could treat others the way many in the South did. The story is filled with deep emotion, but ultimately love and forgiveness win.


  • Regina

    Eyes of the HeartI was torn by rating this a three, but there were a lot of errors in this book. I don't understand how it could have been a second place book with all the errors. There were a lot of times I wanted to stop reading, but I kept on because it is a good storyline. It was interesting reading a African-American's point of view.


  • Sharon Brewer

    Loved It!I highly recommend reading this story. It will draw you in right from the beginning. It is the story of two sisters, Edith and Sylvia, who lived in the south. They faced prejudice and unfair treatment because of the color of their skin. This is a story that shares a lot of history, some romance, and the deep faith the sisters had in the Lord.


  • Linda Heidelberg

    Fantastic ReadThis book was fantastic it brought back so many memories when I was a child growing up I remember all the struggles that race played a part in people lives I recommend this book especially young people of all races to read this book.


  • Cynthia Harkey

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book.I gave this book 5 stars. I enjoyed it, found it historically accurate and engaging. The characters were very interesting. I will recommend this book to family and friends.


  • carolyn

    Great ReadWould recommend to anyone.Great story.Couldn't put it down.Couldn't wait to finish to see what happened to Sylvia and Nathan. Great book.


  • Harriett Lambert

    The pastIt reminded me of my grandparents history. It was a good book to read and o can't wait to read some more books by the author.


  • Angela

    Loved this story. The writing is beautiful and the characters really came to life.


  • Karen

    Hope to see more books by this author.


  • arnold waston

    Excellent readingI am a black man who was born in Hazelhurst Miss. I could relate to the setting. I thoroughly enjoyed this book


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