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The FOG MACHINE
A Novel


 
In the epicenter of the civil rights movement—Mississippi in the sixties—
lives collide as each person questions what freedom means
 and the price they’ll pay to have it.

 

  • Meet Joan Barnes. Twelve years old in the summer of 1964, freedom is her birthright.  It will take Joan years to understand that freedom means choices.

  • Meet C.J. Evans. Born to a life of cleaning white folks’ houses in Jim Crow Mississippi, this young black woman believes freedom must take a back seat to staying safe.

  • Meet Zach Bernstein. For this Jewish University of Chicago law student, freedom is in his faith and commitment to justice.

 

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