From activist to family matriarch, Barbara Lavette takes center stage in the final three volumes of the New York Times-bestselling Immigrants saga.
*New York Times-*bestselling author Howard Fast's immensely popular Immigrants saga spanned six novels and more than a century of the Lavette family history. The series was considered one of the crowning achievements of the prolific author, who also penned Spartacus, Freedom Road, and April Morning.
The Legacy: In this New York Times bestseller, Barbara, the daughter of self-made Italian immigrant Dan Lavette, navigates the turmoil of the 1960s, including the Vietnam War, the feminist and civil rights movements, and Israel's Six Day War with Egypt.
"A wonderful book." Los Angeles Times
The Immigrant's Daughter: At sixty, Barbara is living a quiet life in San Francisco, grieving after the death of a longtime male friend. But when she mounts an unexpectedly competitive congressional campaign, she reconnects with her past as a journalist and human rights activist, and her spirits revive, in this New York Times Bestseller.
An Independent Woman: In this emotional farewell, Barbara, the rock and matriarch of her family, marries a Unitarian priest, and together they travel the worlduntil she faces the toughest challenge of her life.
"Eventful and well-crafted . . . Loyal fans of Fast's opus will welcome this bittersweet reunion with a woman they have come to know and admire." People