Genre: Contemporary Adult Fiction
Length: 304 pages
Audiobook Length: 10 hours
First Published: 2019
Eve Whalen, privileged child of an old-money Atlanta family, meets Daniella Gold in the fall of 1962, on their first day at Belmont College. Paired as roommates, the two become fast friends. Daniella, raised in Georgetown by a Jewish father and a Methodist mother, has always felt caught between two worlds. But at Belmont, her bond with Eve allows her to finally experience a sense of belonging. That is, until the girls’ expanding awareness of the South’s systematic injustice forces them to question everything they thought they knew about the world and their places in it.
Eve veers toward radicalism—a choice pragmatic Daniella cannot fathom. After a tragedy, Eve returns to Daniella for help in beginning anew, hoping to shed her past. But the past isn’t so easily buried, as Daniella and Eve discover when their daughters are endangered by secrets meant to stay hidden.
About Susan Rebecca White
Susan Rebecca White is the author of four novels: Bound South, A Soft Place to Land, A Place at the Table and We Are All Good People Here. Previously, she was a professor at creative writing. Currently, she lives in Atlanta with her husband and son. Visit the author’s website →