Harbor illustrates the life of an introspective young woman, Embi
Jaye, who runs away from home and returns to discover that many of
the circumstances she fled have changed considerably. Having to
place old and new experiences into perspective, Embi tries to find
her place within this unfamiliar sphere of home and family, as she
learns if changes are for the better or worse. Moving uncertainly
against the natural ebb and flow of a womanas life, she contends
with family conflict, recycled race relations in modern times,
death, love and loss. Embi roams aimlessly into one life-altering
encounter after anotheraeven finding herself as a guest at a
wedding of the only man she ever considered opening her heart to
love. Through trial, error and the wisdom that only experience can
tender, Embi matures into an example of strength and independence
of thought and ability. Understanding and forgiveness amends her
story with a modest crown of peace. The hidden parable of Harboras
story calmly intertwines grave issues with melancholy, humor and
their effects on the lives of its haunting characters.
|Country of origin:
Mary B. Johnson
||229 x 152 x 23mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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