Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe


All the people who read this very controversial book about the horrors of slavery rated it 4 plus out of 4. Nobody has the right to own anyone and in today’s age of 2015, this marks a very sad time in history which I, thank God is behind us. I want to see all human slavery end everywhere,  nomatter what country.  That, and human trafficking,  which is the same thing really,  just another word for it. A euphamism, If you will.

This book is read 18 hours and many listened to this book while working and claimed the hours passed like they were flying by.

Read this book….or listen to the book and experience the classic book on Librivox. Just click the link and you will be able to download the book or simply play it or share the book with others. The more we read and share classic literature and books we have read with a valid, important message, the more sophisticated we will become as a people and I hope, one day, topics like slavery will be dead forever.

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Copyright November 30, 2015
4:14 a.m.

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