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Details of novel Black cake by Charmaine Wilkerson:

. Name of Title: Black Cake
. Author Name: Charmaine Wilkerson
. Language for Reading: English
. Genre: Fiction, Suspense, Thrill, Drama, Women Fiction
. Cost For Getting: Free to Download
. Supportive Formats: PDF/ePub
. Series: None
. Price: Free
. ISBN: 978-0593358337
. Publish Date: February 1, 2022

Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson Summary:

Writer:

            Charmaine Wilkerson

Black cake is a family drama including sibling relationships, parent secrets, traditional foods, family dynamics, adoptions, rebuilding your life, and an unknown journey from one phase of life to another. The novel The Black Cake is suggested for people who are interested in slow-moving family dramas.

“We can’t choose what we have inherited, but can we choose what we become? “

Charmaine Wilkerson’s novel “The Black Cake” is an event-filled family drama about the two siblings whose mother disclose their family secrets and history to them in her will after she passed away. Deeply evocated and beautifully described, it is an extraordinary journey of life from one stage to another that changes their life forever by the choice of their matron.  This novel is about how the legacy of letdown, secrets, and memories can shape unforgettable relationships and history.

The novel is about the two siblings Byron and Benny who were left alone after their mother’s death named “Eleanor”. They found that their mother have left behind a puzzling mystery for her two children, Byron and Benny: a black cake made up of traditional family recipes with a long mystical history and a recording of her voice before her death. Their mother says in the recording:” B and B I have left a black cake in the freezer for you, I want you two to sit together and eat the cake when the time is right, you will know then.”

  The two siblings must have to put aside their differences to discover their mother’s identity, which takes them from the Caribbean to London, and London to California .then in end they find their mother‘s black cake. After they start finding out about her mother’s death and hidden past, they realize that their mother was a person they have known very little about.

In their mother’s recording, Eleanor shares a clamorous journey about a strong-willed young swimmer who escapes from the Caribbean, her homeland island in the case of suspicion of murder. The distress tale of Eleanor unwinds, and the secrets and pitiful memory she holds back, all open the hidden identity of Eleanor.

Byron and Benny, the children of orphaned Caribbean immigrants. Their lives were not perfect_ they have to bear the social discrimination and even violence. Yet, they have known about their place in American society. But as they know about the elaborate life of Eleanor, a journey of uncovering reveals their identities, by setting them in motion in the novel about inheritance and complications and secrets of multicultural family provision.

In this advent novel, Charmaine Wilkerson compares the current story of 2018 with Eleanor’s history, which is dating down to the 1960s on the Caribbean island. Covey Lyn cook, a teenager who is blossoming on the current Caribbean island, captivities of swimming long distances around her homeland island sea. Her best friend Bunny was also a swimmer, and he loves to swim with her over long distances, pushing each other and enjoying the beauty of nature. Bunny always has romantic feelings for Covey but she never cares. Actually, Covey is in love with a young and energetic surfer, Gilbert Gibbs, who wants to go to London to study the law. Covey was bought up by her father from the very start. Her father was an Asian emigrant who runs a small convenience store on the island. But after some time when her father’s gambling addiction gets out of his hand, he promised his daughter in marriage to a local underground crime figure.

On the occasion of a wedding reception, nevertheless, the men drop dead abruptly. In a dilemma, Covey leaves the island without saying goodbye to anyone. Covey is supposed to be the one who kills her husband. Everyone assumes covey, a girl who loves her mother very much, was the master baker, usually known for her black cake, an island delicacy, who poisoned the wedding cake.

After leaving the island, without knowing anything, on her own, she heads to London without noticing anyone. She was too terrified of the island crime. She doesn’t make any contact with her friends back on the island or with Gibbs. Rather than live, Covey joins a nursing job in a hospital, where she fined a girl name Eleanor Bennett, a girl from another island.  The two become close to each other very soon and decided to head to Scotland to start a new life because they have given limited options in London. They ride into a train that carries them to Edinburgh and crash along the way. The rescue worker Convey for Eleanor, but she has died in the crash accident. Now convey with a new identity (Eleanor), she does the duty which Eleanor has to take. Everything going to be fine_ until Eleanor’s boss rapped her. She quit the job when she finds out that she become pregnant. She gave birth to a baby girl, and without any choice, she signs her baby daughter over for adoption.

She comes back to London, where she meets Gibbs. They decide to go after the promise of America, now both of them have new identities. They become Bert and Eleanor Bennett. They start living in southern California, Gibbs becomes a lawyer and they have two children Byron and Benny.

Two siblings grow up differently. Benny was a misfit, drifted from one school to another and from one job to another, dreaming of becoming an artist one day or opening a coffee shop in Manhattan. Byron becomes a diligent student and renowned oceanographer. Benny comes back home after her second college and tells her parents that she is struggling with her bisexuality. Then she the home and come back eight years later, even after her father died, she maintain to be with her family. It is only when their mother dies because of a blood clot. The two kids were left behind alone.

The only thing they had known about their mother was that she was an orphan raised by nuns When the family estate brought the kids to his office, they made a step on their mother’s final instruction: to hear the recording that she has made and then go to her home and shares the black cake she has left in the freezer when the times feel right. The two siblings found the instruction strange but at least they agreed. Hearing her recording clears everything about her mother, Covey’s background story, and a shattering truth about a half-sister they have never known about.

As it turns out, that there sister has become an international guru now, and has great significance on social media. Eleanor happened to see her long-lost daughter few weeks before her death. The three siblings bought to their mother’s house to share the black cake their mother had left for them. The reunion for the siblings was difficult. But they agree for the sake of their family. It was revealed that Bunny was the one who poisoned the cake of the covey’s husband in order to free his love.

After a year after Eleanor/Covey’s death, the three kids take the ashes of their parents and throw them down in the ocean along with the last crumbs of Eleanor’s black cake. Black cake novel concluded that it is not important that we know everything about the person we are living with, even one of our family members, there may be some hidden secrets and unknown identities that you have never known about. It is about kindness and love, that your love can change your life

About Charmaine Wilkerson:

Charmaine Wilkerson is an American writer who has lived in Jamaica and is based in Italy. Black cake pdf is her first novel released in 2022. she is a former journalist whose award-winning short fiction has appeared in several magazines and anthologies.

BLACK CAKE Reviews:

Reviews from Amazon:

kcpc5.0 out of 5 stars Wow. This book. Reviewed in the United States on February 14, 2022Verified PurchaseI think this this will be the next Where the Crawdads Sing, a book that will top the best seller list for months, if not years, and then become a wildly popular Netflix series. It’s a gripping family saga that draws you in from the first page. I couldn’t put it down and luckily had a Sunday free to read it all one day. Definitely, a five-star book that will be a book club favorite with lots of twists and turns and a mystery murder. I read it first for the plot and I’ll read it again to enjoy the excellent writing.

A. Imber5.0 out of 5 stars Page turned reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2022Verified PurchaseCouldn’t put it down. Saw it on the Today Show and got a sample and was immediately drawn into the story. So many elements about where we come from and who we think we are from the stories that have been told. A very well-written book with many twists and turns

BensonRunner5.0 out of 5 stars Such a beautifully written story reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2022Verified PurchaseI heard prior to starting this book that some readers found it difficult to follow the story due to the number of characters but I found the flow of the story easy to follow. I also loved when a character was introduced – Wilkerson does such a great job of bringing them to life.

Joyce Piket5.0 out of 5 stars Forever familyReviewed in the United States on February 3, 2022Verified PurchaseI loved the connection with family. I especially enjoyed the challenges that this family faced due to their color. Thought-provoking.

L. King5.0 out of 5 stars What a journey! Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2022Verified PurchaseThis author beautifully weaves the story of the Caribbean experience. Though the focus is on Jamaica primarily, the themes of identity, love, and hope ring true for every island that has seen loss and muffled their truer selves.

Each character is beautifully developed and every question is beautifully answered.

I read this book in 1 whole day because I just became so invested in the journey of these characters. Well done.

Joanna M. Campbell5.0 out of 5 stars Beautifully written and richly layeredReviewed in the United Kingdom on February 25, 2022.A beautifully written novel which effortlessly spans several generations and is clearly narrated from multiple viewpoints. The characters are well-defined, captivating, and convincingly flawed. Like the titular black cake itself, the story is richly layered. The shattering effects of well-kept secrets and shocking betrayals resonate through the decades, while ever-present is the power and endurance of family love.
Highly recommended.

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