Opening my eyes to the deep quagmire of issues that poor young black men face. It was very honest and poignant.
Seeing how both boys struggled and how their support structure made all the difference.
It was decent read/listen. She main character was kind of irritating but in the end it made sense. It was pretty good.
This book starts S-L-O-W but once it picks up it is a real page turner! The characters are Multi-layered and well developed. Great story!
The scene where Lisbeth tortures the man that raped her. Difficult scene but very bold and creative!
I loved this book! It was one that I was really sad when it was over because I felt like I knew the characters. I was reminded that you never know where people come from or what they've had to face.
This book gives great insight into the issues of drugs in the black community. The author did not romanticize the issue.
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