Book: Most perfect exchange - The cost of liberty by N. K. Davidcategories: Book, Fiction, Love, Romance, Friendship, Suspense, Slavery, African-American, Racism
N. K. Davidabout this book: The book is a story that started from 1967 to the present day America. Jackson, an African-American, found love and friendship in Lydia, a beautiful and kind white lady however some members of her family are racist so it was not easy for her to help Jackson. William her brother was a racist until he met Regina a black beauty that suddenly came to their family company. Then William wanted to trade with his sister so that they can both help the people they love but his sister turned it now. He did not understand why his sister changed so suddenly until Regina disappeared and the secret of Regina's true identity must be known.
The book was written because of the need to end racism and build a better world of brotherhood, unity, peace, and love among men. This is because it is shame that man is divided by the color of his skin just as religion has continued to divide man. The book also gave credit to men and women that have worked in various ways to end slavery, racism, and to unite us, as human.
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