Book: Honey Riley by Sean C. Wrightcategories: Book, Novel, Women's Fiction, Black Fiction, Clairvoyance, Thriller, Supernatural, Black Women's Fiction, Period Novel, Novella, Epic Novel, African American Fiction
Sean C. Wrightabout this book: Starting at the turn-of-the-century, Honey Riley is about a cursed, biracial clairvoyant: her visions are crystal-clear in helping others, but blocked when it comes to keeping her loved ones safe. It's an African American version of The Kennedys in the early 1900s…
Honey's 75-year journey is packed with triumphs and pain, and plenty of entertainment in between. Humor is peppered into the story, too, when describing the characters. Factual historical events are woven into the tale as well.
Honey Riley is a novella that is the ideal lazy-day or rainy-day read. Short, yet powerful. It pulls you back into a time when women, especially women of color, had virtually no power. But Honey carves a presence for herself with unwavering strength. She emerges from the rough spots repeatedly to fulfill her purpose. Honey is a character that you will root for, cry for, and never forget.
"He called you a witch. Why would he say such?" - Noah, Honey's son.
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