I just finished a great book based on the lives of Sarah Grimke and her sister Angelina, and a fictional character Hetty, a young slave, set between 1830 and 1870 in South Carolina. The title of the book is The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd. It’s a piece of historical fiction about Sarah growing up surrounded by slavery, and Hetty growing up as a slave, and how they both struggle throughout their lives against the injustice of the system. Sarah comes up in several of my blog posts, and is first introduced in a post dated June 30th, 2018. The book is written from the perspective of Sarah as she grows up, and the many struggles she goes through to go against her pro-slavery family, by becoming an abolitionist. It is also written from the perspective of Hetty, her complex relationship with Sarah, and the struggles and pain that Hetty faces as a slave and trying to break free from slavery.What really stuck out to me in the book was the relationship between Hetty and Sarah. The relationship has many layers and is full of tension. However, despite their many differences, the two manage to create a strong bond.