Book Review: WHEN GOD WASN’T LOOKING by Eunice Heath Tate

As a little girl, Sydnee Price’s mother left her ‘for a little while,’ in the care of a couple in Jamaica. Molested by her guardian, reviled by the women in the district and disowned by the church, Sydnee flees to America, buries her past and seals her heart tight. However, the ghosts of her past hover, including Sunshine Brown, the daughter conceived in abuse and abandoned. To reclaim her ‘true’ self and silence the ghosts, Sydnee returns to Jamaica, admits her deepest shame, faces the child she abandoned, but is not prepared for what unfolds. Written with keen insight, When God Wasn’t Looking is the story of Sydnee Price, broken as a child, but who rose to success then eventually found redemption and healed her past.

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