ABOUT THE BOOK
If you would like to read the first chapter of A Sky Without Stars, go HERE.
A book based on family but also based on hate. The characters in the book find themselves stuck between two worlds. Two worlds; one being the white mans world and the other being the world of the Lakota Indian tribe. Frankie's grandmother passed on the art and family tradition of quilting and made her promise should would carry it on and pass it down to the next generation. Frankie meant well when she agreed to the promise but her son is not really all that interested in quilt making and frankly, he doesn't understand why you would need a quilt when they live in Arizona.
Frankie and Harold are trying to rebuild their lives in an alternate location when she starts quilting to make her feel better. Life in the 1950's shouldn't be this hard for Native Americans, should it? But it is a hard life, they are definitely racial intentions and slurs directed their way but with God's help, they plan to succeed.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from CFBA.