Yes.The narrator was excellent & I enjoyed the story on all levels.
The raw,in-your-face the way the narrator read.You could feel every situation through out the book.
Not as a person,but as a character that would be the mother of Precious,because her damage as a human being really comes out every time her parts are read & it helps one understand how Precious ended up the way she did despite how hard she tried to improve herself.
Who your child becomes starts with the mother.
Say something about yourself!
I really enjoyed the book..it was better than the movie. I wish the movie would have shown more of the background. the book for more was powerful. It was a child becoming a woman. It was life for so many young women who was scared to talk n share. So with that being said PUSH...on for your dreams if Precious could do it so could u
Went to the theater to see Prescious, the most soul wrenching, heart breaking, tear inspiring, beautiful movie I have ever seen. The perseverance of this young lady is awe inspiring. I am not ashamed to say I spent the majority of the movie in tears. Now I have to read Push because I have to know the entire story.
This is a wonderful book that I can identify with. This book spells out many of the reasons why there is a social underclass.... Mental illness is primary. A must read.