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READ Before We Were Yours 107 Ncomfortable uestions and compels her to take a journey through her family's long hidden history on a path that will ultimately lead either to devastation or to redemptionBased on one of America's most notorious real life scandals in which Georgia Tann director of a Memphis based adoption organization kidnapped and sold poor children to wealthy families all over the country Lisa Wingate's riveting wrenching and ultimately uplifting tale reminds us how even though the paths we take can lead to many places the heart never forgets where we belong. Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate is a 2017 Ballantine Books publication This is an amazing heart wrenching story centered around the true events involving the Tennessee Children s Home Society When Avery Stafford the daughter of a prominent Senator stumbles upon the possibility her grandmother is harboring a dark family secret she nearly becomes obsessed with her mission to uncover the truth The story flashes back to 1939 when Rill Foss and her siblings are snatched from their poor Mississippi Shanty boat after their parents had to leave them behind in an emergency medical situation They are taken to a children s home but before they were adopted out they endured cruel conditions and abuse The narrative switches back and forth between Rill and Avery but I must confess my heart was with Rill from start to finish This novel pulls on the heartstrings stirs outrage and horror but at the end of the day the story was about familial bonds and a spiritual connection that can not be broken no matter what Wingate did a magnificent job of pulling the reader back in time creating a realistic atmosphere and building a fictional story around one of the most shocking black market adoption operations in American history But the real magic is creating characters we care for cheer for and want to champion It may have taken a lifetime but the truth has a way of freeing itself exposing crimes and scandal but it also brought out an incredible family saga that is both inspirational and heartwarming Avery is a central character but she can t compete with Rill so the author wisely fattens up her part of the story with a little romance which kept her character from simply becoming a means to an end I did enjoy how the mystery unfolded which made Avery into a bit of an amateur sleuth I loved the conclusion of the story which was about a perfect as could be expected under the circumstances It is all very bittersweet with a lot of sadness but there were blessed times as well and those are the reflections and moments that will stay with me There are some difficult passages in this novel which you should be prepared for but this is such a great story Everyone kept telling me I needed to read this book and they were right so I feel I should pass that advice on to you Read this book You ll be glad you did For those who are unfamiliar with Georgia Tann a Google search will give you a clear picture of her dirty deeds and how she was eventually exposed although it was too little too late Shockingly the children s home was used by famous actresses Joan Crawford and June Allyson which is a little bit of trivia I was totally unaware of before reading the author s notes Perfect Knowledge in which Georgia Tann director of a Memphis based adoption organization kidnapped and sold poor children to wealthy families all over the country Lisa Wingate's riveting wrenching and ultimately uplifting tale reminds us how even though the paths we take can lead to many places the heart never forgets where we belong. 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READ Before We Were Yours 107 For readers of Orphan Train and The Nightingale comes a thought provoking and complex tale about two families two generations apart based on a notorious true life scandalMemphis 1939 Twelve year old Rill Foss and her four younger siblings live a magical life aboard their family's Mississippi River shantyboat But when their father must rush their mother to the hospital one stormy night Rill is left in charge until strangers arrive in force Wrenched from all that is familiar and thrown into a Tennessee Children's Home Society orphanage the Foss. But the love of sisters needs no words It does not depend on memories or mementos or proof It runs as deep as a heartbeat It is as ever present as a pulse I still maintain that The Heart s Invisible Furies and Pachinko were deserving of the Goodreads Choice Award for Historical Fiction but I can definitely see why Before We Were Yours has had such an emotional impact on readersComparisons to Orphan Train make a lot of sense The pacing and structure of both stories are similar and they both use the alternating olderyounger narrator format to link the present day with the past a favoured techniue by many historical fiction writers which is also used in The Thirteenth Tale The Alice Network The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane But most of all Before We Were Yours stands out for doing one of my absolute favourite things in historical fiction exposing a largely unknown and horrific pocket of historyAlternating between the perspectives of privileged and successful Avery Stafford in the present and twelve year old Rill Floss in depression era Memphis a story emerges linking Avery s grandmother to Rill and her four siblings who were stolen from their riverboat home and their two loving parents Through the dual narrative and Avery s digging into the past a tale of unimaginable horrors is uncoveredObviously some people will have heard of Georgia Tann and the mass kidnapping and trafficking of Tennessee children but I hadn t and I would bet a lot of others haven t either In this book we see how Tann led a team in capturing children from poor families and selling them to the wealthy The children were first taken to a kind of halfway house where they were starved beaten and even molested Fictional details have been added but in the end it is so especially horrific because most of it is true If I was to complain about anything it would be the way the characters freuently have whole conversations without specific names just to keep the reader guessing who is who even when it doesn t make sense for them to withhold the person s name This is a minor uibble though and I do understand the necessity for itOverall I really enjoyed the book Rill and her sisters feel real Their fear feels real Their love for one another feels real It is a history lesson wrapped up in a powerful and emotive story A fictional tale that reveals a hidden truthBlog Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube A Taste of Submission is left My Life My Times And The Future in charge until strangers arrive Saint Nicholas in force Wrenched from all that Pizza Real Reading is familiar and thrown Chinaberry Sidewalks into a Tennessee Children's Home Society orphanage the Foss. 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READ Before We Were Yours 107 Children are assured that they will soon be returned to their parents but they uickly realize the dark truth At the mercy of the facility's cruel director Rill fights to keep her sisters and brother together in a world of danger and uncertainty Aiken South Carolina present day Born into wealth and privilege Avery Stafford seems to have it all a successful career as a federal prosecutor a handsome fianc and a lavish wedding on the horizon But when Avery returns home to help her father weather a health crisis a chance encounter leaves her with u. 45 stars What a heart wrenching powerful and emotional readI ll start by explaining that ever since I laid eyes on this cover a few months ago I haven t stopped thinking of this book There is just something about this cover that calls to me and makes me want to reach into the picture to hug and comfort these two little girls I have never had a book cover speak to me as powerfully as this one does With that being said I was so happy that the actual story lived up to my hopes from the cover It was an emotional shocking and devastating story that I simply cannot stop thinking about This fictional novel was based on true events surrounding Georgia Tann and the Tennessee Children s Home Society orphanage which was an organization involved with the kidnapping of children and their illegal adoptions Tann made millions from her black market baby adoption scheme from the 1920 s to 1950 I had not heard of this sickening piece of history until I read this and I have been googling and researching it since I finished this book I have a hard time accepting this actually happened it is so shocking and upsettingThis novel follows the lives of the five Foss siblings who grow up living on a Mississippi River shantyboat with their parents in 1939 They have a uniue and wild childhood with parents who shower them with love and affection in unconventional ways One of the children Twelve year old Rill Foss grows up taking care of her younger siblings often fulfilling parental roles Rill is one of the narrators of the book and she is a character I will not soon forget I absolutely adored herThe present day story wasn t as interesting and slightly took away from my overall enjoyment However Rill s story than makes up for it I highly recommend this wonderfully written and well researched book This will definitely stay on my mind for a long time I will end with one of the several uotes that stood out for me I learned that you need not be born into a family to be loved by one

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  • 17 November 2020
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