Black Girls Must Die Exhausted

Black Girls Must Die Exhausted

Marca: Harper Collins

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Both timely and enjoyable.Kirkus Reviews The first novel in a captivating threebook series about modern womanhood, in which a young Black woman must rely on courage, laughter, and loveand the support of her two longtime friendsto overcome an unexpected setback that threatens the most precious thing she s ever wanted. Tabitha Walker is a black woman with a plan to have it all. At 33 years old, the checklist for the life of her dreams is well underway. Education? Check. Good job? Check. Down payment for a nice house? Check. Dating marriage material? Check, check, and check. With a coveted position as a local news reporter, a paperperfect boyfriend, and even a standing Saturday morning appointment with a reliable hairstylist, everything seems to be falling into place. Then Tabby receives an unexpected diagnosis that brings her pictureperfect life crashing down, jeopardizing the keystone she took for granted having children. With her dreams at risk of falling through the cracks of her checklist, suddenly she is faced with an impossible choice between her career, her dream home, and a family of her own. With the help of her best friends, the irreverent and headstrong Laila and Alexis, the mom jeanswearing former Sexy Lexi, and the generational wisdom of her grandmother and the nonagenarian firebrand Ms. Gretchen, Tabby explores the reaches of modern medicine and tests the limits of her relationships, hoping to salvage the future she always dreamed of. But the fight is all consuming, demanding a steep price that forces an honest reckoning for nearly everyone in her life. As Tabby soon learns, her grandmother s ageold adage just might still be true Black girls must die exhausted.

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  • Ano: 2021
  • Autor: Allen, Jayne
  • Encadernação: Paperback
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • Páginas: 352
  • Capa: Mole
  • Editora: HarperCollins
  • ISBN: 9780063137905