by Don C
(Albuquerque, NM, USA)
Any preconceptions I had of the story line in Soda Springs was immediately erased as I turned the pages. It becomes clear that the prejudices of the deep south are found in other places with other peoples and other nationalities.
The book has a great story line. It keeps you reading to find out how it is going to develop -- both the rites of spring and the rights of people.
Soda Springs opened my eyes to the early 1960s as never opened before and made me realize that some things taken for granted as you grow up are not really what they seemed at the time.
Soda Springs is a very good read. I found it hard to put down.
Thank you, Terry Marshall, for a wonderful story with real people.
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