Living in Kentucky prior to the Civil War, Amantha Starr is a privileged young woman. Her widower father, a wealthy plantation owner, dotes on her and he sends her to the best schools. When he dies suddenly however, Amantha's world is turned upside down. She learns that her father had been living on borrowed money and that her mother was actually a slave and her father's mistress. The plantation is to be sold to pay off her father's debts and as the daughter of slave, Amantha is also to be sold as property. She is bought by a Louisiana plantation owner, Hamish Bond and over time she grows to love him until she learns he was a slave-trader. She tries again to become part of white society but realizes that her future lies elsewhere.
All the passionate violence--All the lush splendor that flows from the tumultuous best-seller by the Pulitzer Prize author of "All the King's Men'!
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Did You Know?
In her 1987 autobiography, Yvonne De Carlo
wrote: "Band of Angels made money, but it was not the hit we all hoped it would be. It was said that the timing wasn't right to deal with racial issues." See more
Both Michele's and Manty's dresses are closed in the back with zippers which were not yet
invented in the 1860s. See more
Wherever you go, l don't want to know whee it is - I don' ever want to know where you are...
Referenced in Girl on the Run
Band of Angels
Music by Max Steiner
Lyrics by Carl Sigman
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