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The Road from Money: A Journey to Find Why? by Sylvester Boyd Jr.

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The Road from Money takes you on a journey to the small town of Money, Mississippi; just after the turn of the 20th century. It is the story of Estella Reynolds, a young African American girl, growing up in America's deep South. You follow her as she faces racism, segregation, exploration, brutality and poverty. You watch as she finds the joy of family life, battles to get a good education, finds her first love and above all, tries to figure out why things are the way they are. You enter a time after World War I and before the start of World War II. A time when automobiles were new an planes had just taken to the sky. The story is set in the backdrop of the Great Depression, the Great Dust Bowl, a big flood, prohibition, and a time when Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt were President. It was a time that highlighted many of the weaknesses of America.

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Sylvester Boyd Jr.

    

Sylvester Boyd Jr. is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He received an Assoc. in Arts Degree/Kennedy King College, and a B.A. degree from Chicago State University in geography, with a minor in history. During the ‘70s, he worked for American Airlines as a crew chief. For over 20 years, he owned/operated an advertising business. Being semi-retired, he worked as a substitute teacher for Chicago Public Schools. He currently enjoys working as a background actor in a variety of movies and TV series, such as The Dilemma, Transformers 3, Batman, Empire, Chicago PD, Shameless, Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and many more. In addition, he is also a world traveler and motivational speaker.

In 2014, he published his first novel, The Road from Money, The Journey to Find Why -- 1925 to 1937, which based on the true stories told to him by several family members raised in Money, Mississippi. He has woven both fact and fiction into a dynamic portrayal of historical events of the era; including music, inventions and the journey of a young Negro girl and her family living under the trying times of Jim Crow in the South. The second book in The Road from Money trilogy was released in November 2017. The story continues in Chicago’s Bronzeville community – 1937 to 1955. Both books have received 5 Star reviews from Reader’s Favorite.

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