H. L. Whitlock takes you
on a journey from his early childhood in Atlanta,
Georgia, through his adult life today on the West
Coast. This story is most unique, because as the
author tells his history, he weaves in a historical
glimpse of the social settings, behaviors, and
attitudes of people during the era he writes about.
You intimately feel as though you know Fannie, the
author’s mother, personally. Your mind is
transported backwards in time, and you are made to
feel that you are truly experiencing life in the
The author takes you into the real world of Dr.
King, and you will learn about all his works. You
will see how Dr. King’s life and his thoughts
impacted the world then and now—he is dead, but yet
he lives in the hearts of men and women of every
race, creed, and color.
After reading this book, you will feel as though you
have had a guided tour of America. You will see the
good, the bad, and the ugly, but more importantly,
you will also see America the beautiful.