She belongs to black African version and had black natural complexion but the recent photos depict something new and strange. She is almost white and fair. Her breast is heavier than ever, her tummy is controlled and in and her butts are bigger than before . It does not happen to the athletes unless they are retired and change in normal daily routines causes these sorts of changes in the physical appearance. Her outstanding techniques, efforts and hard work in the tennis field has attracted her activities towards the media icons and watchers. However, she must be proud of her being in the eyes of many media channels. It is pertinent to mention here that she has also changed her hair color from blond/golden shade to black. The sudden change is remarkable in the Serena .
Set in 1929, in the rugged mountains of North Carolina, Rash's novel is a tightly knit tale of industrial development, greed, and betrayal. George Pemberton and his new bride, Serena, maintain a close watch over a burgeoning logging empire, dealing with their workers while fighting off the efforts of environmental activists to expand the country's network of national parks. As the title character, a Depression-era Lady Macbeth wholly comfortable in the wilderness drives her husband to commit increasingly malevolent acts, he must also contend with the reemergence of a woman with whom he had an illegitimate child years earlier. Rash's evocative rendering of the blighted landscape and the tough characters who inhabit it recalls both John Steinbeck and Cormac McCarthy, while the malignant character of Serena, who projects a stark unflinching certainty about her actions, propels his finely paced story.
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