Book Review: The Master’s Plan by Dwayne Vernon

Jacob and Sabel are becoming good friends, who are both in search of their freedom. After much planning, they decide to invite a young lady by the name of Abigail. She is reluctant at first, because her husband and children have been sold off…and she has hopes that they will come back one day. After a tragic accident, the three begin their long journey to freedom, but encounter a few obstacles (sickness, bounty hunters, etc.), and gain a few friends along the way. They find out that all white people do not believe in slavery.

The North is believed to be the land of freedom, but the law continually fights against runaways. Thankfully, safe houses have been established to protect, clothe and feed them. When the newly freed slaves finally reach their destination and new bonds are formed, the theory of “six degrees of separation” is proven and they realize that it was all a part of “The Master’s Plan.”

This 💎💎💎💎💎 book by @dwaynevern is for the open-minded reader and speaks of unconventional love (interracial, same sex, etc) and something I’ve been talking about for years. We often hear of the slave masters who forced sex upon women, but, this book addresses it forced upon the men, as well. It is my first book by the author, but certainly not my last. I highly recommend it as a Black History read.

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