The End of the Line is a current love story between a black woman and a white man living in the Canadian Province of Nova Scotia. Because racism and bigotry still exist, Jim Power turns the prejudices of two families and friends into lessons for all races.
With compassion and skill, Power masters storytelling his message with ease. His characters become real and situations believable. He adds a touch of history to create an authentic setting, which remains a desired quality in any good book.
After reading The End of the Line, by Jim Power, I wonder if the expectation is that someday, readers will be shocked and appalled by the insanity of the world when people judged each other by the color of their skin.