By Ginny Dye
Darkish clouds and chaos descend decrease upon the USA because the warfare rages round them - threatening all they carry pricey.
Carrie & Robert are once again pulled aside, and Carrie unearths herself the objective of a antagonistic crew of guys made up our minds to prevent her from delivering remedy to black citizens of Richmond. How lengthy can she proceed to avoid wasting different people's lives on the threat of her own?
Riots erupt within the North, threatening these she loves, and she or he is pulled in to aid in a Richmond criminal break out.
The final attempt comes because the humans of a once-promising state needs to carry directly to their religion and desires as every thing round them crumbles.
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