Winds of Change reflects on jazz, drugs, sex, war, and racism as vast numbers of Negroes leave the South, and the introduction of automobiles, airplanes, electric lights and movies whirl around everyone's lives.

I found Winds of Change to be very adventurous as well as a wonderfully accurate historical novel. This book is truly a masterpiece. The language used is exquisite, the characters well drawn and believable. Carole Eglash-Kosoff kept me in suspense and involved me in the lives of the characters by using highly developed visual imagery in her writing style. This book displays how families from different cultures and values lived in the rural South, having diversities in people not generally accepted.

Pacific Review

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