Morrison makes compelling real-world magic in this book. The main character, Milkman, learns about generations of his family and the struggle of black men living in the South. As he discovers his identity, Morrison lets him fly (literally). She helps you see something that you've never seen in life or movies or art. When I finished it I thought, "That's the best book I've ever read. The best one."
— Lee Pace
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