Overview: A follow up to The Color Purple Walker gives the history of African-American story as seen though the characters past lives.
What they’re saying in the Prepwise staff room:
Chris: “A novel that weaves together the stories of people who are struggling to find themselves and where they belong. A good read, if a tad self-conscious.”
Ethan: “In Temple of My Familiar Alice Walker dives into a rich and varied culture, picks out different characters, and makes them each an equal voice. It always fascinates me how these different stands of narration eventually cross paths.”