Reviews

Alma Dobson _ Retired Curriculum Coordinator- New Jersey School System

This is a cautionary story of love and loss, wealth and education. It is about an African-American family and their rise out of poverty and ignorance in the early 20th century. The trials and tribulations of their success and the negative impact that it had on their posterity. Where lies the root of all evil? No, it is not money. 
 A curious thing about loss is it makes you recall the joy of  relationship  and as well the pain in the midst of love. When you love someone, care must be given that the love you feel might destroy the character of the person loved. Parents can adore their children with such great love that they cannot bring themselves to temper that love with teaching that child personal responsibility. "Every action brings consequences", some of which are not seen until the person is dead and gone and completely wrecks the lives of the generation of children that come after.

Dr. Virginia Banks

"Power Beyond the Grave " is a compelling work about dysfunction in a middle class African American family in the south, one that was educated and wealthy in the 1930's. Life stories of this sort are uncommon and should be read.

Dr. Mary E. Hayes

This story is a classic, "Power beyond the Grave" should be made required reading for all mothers, as well as young women in high school and college who have yet to become mothers. It is a true story that can bring attention to the responsibility and power that women have in the civilization. It can profoundly modify consciousness and restore true perspective in a muddled time.


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IT IS A TRUE STORY THAT IS RARE AND HAS A POWERFUL MESSAGE OF INSPIRATION. YOU WILL NOT READ ANOTHER TRUE STORY LIKE THIS ONE.