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6 edition of The Other Side of the River found in the catalog.

The Other Side of the River

by Kevin Reeves

  • 329 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Lighthouse Trails Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Religious,
  • Biographies & Memoirs,
  • Biography,
  • Pentecostalism,
  • Pentecostals,
  • Theology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8593682M
    ISBN 100979131502
    ISBN 109780979131509

      The Other Side of the River tells the story of Gennetta Turner, whose father owns a large jet-carving company. Competition between the companies is intense, and Mr Turner devises a way of consolidating his hold over the town by marrying his daughter off to the son of his arch-rival. However, Brand: Little, Brown Book Group. The Other Side of the River. likes. A pictorial history of Blacksburg, South Carolina. Release date: February, Book 2 Release Date: Novem Book 3 Followers:

      It has taken me many months to review this book and as I sit down to write about it, I find myself at a loss for words. Go. Read it. It is a powerful book. The Other Side of the River is a lyrical personal narrative that runs in multiple streams and ripples of thought to one rushing river: Women’s lives matter. Women’s stories matter. W.D. Cobb Enterprises currently specializes in books printed by The Other Side of the River Press and Scotia-Hibernia Press. The Other Side of the River .

    The Other Side of the River sensitively portrays the lives and hopes of the towns' citizens as they wrestle with this mystery--and reveals the attitudes and misperceptions that undermine race relations throughout America. In this gripping and ultimately profound book, Alex Kotlowitz proves why he is one of this country's foremost writers on the.   The Paperback of the The Other Side of the River: A Story of Two Towns, a Death, and America's Dilemma by Alex Kotlowitz at Barnes & Noble. FREE Due to COVID, orders may be : Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.


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In "The Other Side of the River, his eagerly awaited new book, Kotlowitz takes us to southern Michigan. Here, separated by the St. Joseph River, are two towns, St. Joseph and Benton Harbor. Geographically close, they are worlds apart, Cited by: In The Other Side of the River, Kotlowitz brings readers to two Michigan towns, St.

Joseph and Benton Harbor. Separated by the St. Joseph River, they are geographically close, yet worlds apart: St. Joseph is a 95 percent white, prosperous lakeshore community, while Benton Harbor is impoverished and 92 percent black/5(68).

If it could only be black n' white. The Other Side of the River is a non-fiction book that discusses the death of a young African American from Benton Harbor.

The book also covers the racial divide between the towns of Benton Harbor and St. Joseph, MI. Cutting right through the two towns is the St. Joe River/5. About The Other Side of the River Bestselling author Alex Kotlowitz is one of this country’s foremost writers on the ever explosive issue of race.

In this gripping and ultimately profound book, Kotlowitz takes us to two towns in southern Michigan, St. Joseph and Benton Harbor, separated by the St. Joseph River. Another is The Russländer (also titled Katya) by Sandra Birdsell.

Janice L. Dick's new novel, Other Side of the River, stacks up well in comparison with these. In some respects, Dick's story is The Russländer on steroids. As the novel opens, it's in the Siberian village of Alexandrovka/5. The Other Side of the River sensitively portrays the lives and hopes of the towns' citizens as they wrestle with this mystery--and reveals the attitudes 4/5(6).

McGinnis, a black teenager, was found drowned in a narrow river separating two small communities, one white and well-to-do (St. Joseph), the other black and desperately poor (Benton Harbor). The facts of McGinnis's death are, Kotlowitz notes, ``elusive And your perspective is shaped by which side of the river you live on.''Author: Alex Kotlowitz.

Alex Kotlowitz – The Other Side of the River (Book Review) Alex Kotlowitz’s The Other Side of the River is a disturbing look at race relations in America.

Set in both the picturesque white town of St. Joseph and its poor black neighbor, Benton Harbor, it portrays a culture where tension and mistrust are always threatening to boil over. The book, The Other Side of the River, by Alex Kotlowitz, investigates the relationship between two Michigan cities, as well as the death of Eric McGinnis.

The two towns, St. Joseph and Benton Harbor, are called the twin cities, though they are anything but.

accomplished this in The Other Side of the River by bringing in other elements and stories involving poverty, race, safety, and more; literally using the death of Eric McGinnis as an excuse to tell a story yearning to be untold, one of the lives, deaths, and mentalities, of thousands of people, white and black alike/5(2).

The Other Side of the River, by Alex Kotlowitz, is a story based on true events that took place in two towns in Michigan regarding the death of a black teenage boy. The Other Side of the River  sensitively portrays the lives and hopes of the towns' citizens as they wrestle with this mystery--and reveals the attitudes and misperceptions that undermine race 4/5(7).

NYTimes - The Other Side of the River Reviews in the NY Times tend to be lengthy and literary, tracking the book's creation through the development and writing process, with a look at what makes both book and author unique.

A summary is balanced with details on the book's writing style and themes. Estimated Read Time: 4 minutes. "The Other Side of the River sensitively portrays the lives and hopes of the towns' citizens as they wrestle with this mystery--and reveals the attitudes and misperceptions that undermine race relations throughout America.

In this gripping and ultimately profound book, Alex Kotlowitz proves why he is one of this country's foremost writers on /5(27). The Other Side of the River  sensitively portrays the lives and hopes of the towns' citizens as they wrestle with this mystery--and reveals the attitudes and misperceptions that undermine race relations throughout America.

Dalgleish, who, like other reporters at the small paper, doubled as a photographer, had heard over the police radio about "a floater" in the river and had sped over in his pickup. Drownings are common occurrences around here, sometimes as many as three to four in a year. The area, after all, is surrounded by water.

The Other Side of the River sensitively portrays the lives and hopes of the towns' citizens as they wrestle with this mystery--and reveals the attitudes and misperceptions that undermine race relations throughout America/5(5).

Kotlowitz (There Are No Children Here) spent some five years examining the death as well as the communities on both sides of the river, and the result is a. Buy a cheap copy of The Other Side of the River: A Story of book by Alex Kotlowitz.

The author of There Are No Children Here follows up that magnificent effort with the gripping story of a mysterious death in southwest Michigan. A black 5/5(5). The Other Side Of The River, Book Review The Other Side of the River by Kevin Reeves, published by Light House Trails is an in depth look at the experiences Reeves had defending biblical truth against the Charismatic excesses of his local church where he was an elder serving for more than a decade.

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