This book did not pique my interest in its beginning pages. I actually picked it up and put it back down a couple of times until I finally settled into it. Yejide begins her tale with the saccharine sweet relationship between these two sisters, and then she dips you into darkness from which there is no immediate escape. She handles this material very well and shines a light into sexual abuse in the home. Daughters Who Walk This Path is a good novel. Kudos to Yejide Kilanko.
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