Standing at the Scratch Line
A NovelBook - 1998
An exuberant novel about dreaming big dreams and honouring black heroes. A page turner full of pride, energy and passionate people' - Black Issues Book Review 'A big, good-hearted book, carried along all but effortlessly by the power of the images it has tapped into and by Guy Johnson's remarkably adroit writing' - The Washington Post The excellently received debut novel by the son of writer Maya Angelou, this is a sweeping saga that takes in much of the history of black people in America in the first decades of the 20th century.'
Publisher: New York : Villard Books, c1998.
Branch Call Number: JOHNSON
Characteristics: 555 pages ; 20 cm.