The Great American White Woman: Coveted, Desired, Worshiped & Praised Powerful by Shawn J. HobsonThe Great American White Woman: Coveted, Desired, Worshiped & Praised Powerful by Shawn J. Hobson

The Great American White Woman: Coveted, Desired, Worshiped & Praised Powerful

byShawn J. Hobson

Paperback | May 9, 2006

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Eagle County, Colorado is the cradle of gold diggin platinum paperchasing mischief. In this avarice stronghold, lives a young beautiful black woman named Niece Thompson. She is precious and innocent, but suffers from a severe emotional anguish. At a young age, Niece witnessed her younger sister killed by a drunk driver and through her adolescence endures her mother's religious and psychological abuse. Driven into madness, her sense of self and identity are stagnated by a fear that she has of The Great One. However, despite all things against her, Niece has found hope to help her through the short comings of her life.
Casky transcends pure physical beauty. Her long golden mane and piercing blue eyes are spell casting and she is often the center of man's unknowing praise and worship. In serving on the local police department, authority compliments are awesome sexuality. However, she is devious, cunning and scorned.
Conflict arises between, Niece and Casky, wherein Casky is determined to take away Niece's hope away. In the dark issue between them the supernatural struggle plays and one must die so that hope can survive.
Beneath the contemporary story, lies a philosophical exploration, which indentifies all the characters as facets of hope and nakes this piece a shadowy desire in a black man's mind, where he must choose between his regal black women or his lustful white perdition.
Title:The Great American White Woman: Coveted, Desired, Worshiped & Praised PowerfulFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:May 9, 2006Publisher:Trafford PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1412089484

ISBN - 13:9781412089487

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from "Absolutely Great" This book is so well written and it makes you feel as though you are in the story. The author is so talented and it shows in his writing. I read this book very fast, it couldnt be put down. I would strongly recommend this book to all readers. This book is very controversial and unigue. A MUST READ!
Date published: 2009-01-09