A Reading of THIRST by C.A. Johnson
Later this century in the Deep South after a U.S. civil war, Samira and Greta lead a peaceful life. They have their own clearing in the woods, their own hut, and their son Kalil to keep them laughing. When Kalil returns home one day without their water rations, however, Samira and Greta find themselves in conflict with their local political leader, who is tied inextricably to Samiras pre-war life. Set in a tense segregated society, THIRST is a complex look at family, race and love in war-time.
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