Laugh, cry, sing and celebrate with the Culhanes as the 60s unfold.
Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement, book three of the Culhane family saga finds Hep and Lorette facing Americaís injustices on their own terms as their children, TC, Mel and Jaz, come of age. Selena Culhane Fluellen remains a celebrated international chanteuse who, troubled by the rising racial tensions in America, helps to fund the Movement. Hep answers the call of duty and rises in the diplomatic arena while his children negotiate the swirling, changing world around them. And what of Star? At eighteen, she left the all-black sanctuary of Colt, Texas in the midst of the Depression and hasnít been heard from since. Like many African American families during this turbulent time, the Culhanes must choose: rise up together against oppression or fall apart.