Image of Through My Daughter's Eyes (Indigo)


Image of Through My Daughter's Eyes (Indigo)

Though this story is well written, the overall purpose of the book is unclear. The author mentions people and events from the past but does not explain them, leaving the reader confused and yearning for more. However, the book does a good job of delving into the world of Rastafarianism.

Afraid of marriage and all that it entails, Angel is content to stay in a long-term relationship with Rastafarian James. Her world is turned upside down when he is in a plane crash and his body is never found. Angel must keep it together for her daughter, Hildi, and exercise patience with the strange practices and rituals of the Rahjah people while she searches for her lover's body. (Genesis/Indigo, Dec., 300 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
B. Nakia Garner