Socrates Fortlow
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(4.4 based on 105 ratings)
  • 1
    Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned | Walter Mosley

    Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By Walter Mosley
    • Narrated By Peter Francis James

    Living in an abandoned apartment building in South-Central L.A., Socrates is one step away from the streets. He bags groceries at the supermarket, collects bottles and cans to recycle for pennies, and feels himself slipping toward invisibility - that is, until he meets 11-year-old Darryl, whose already committed murder and is perilously close to slipping into a life filled with only violence and bloodshed. Socrates' determination to fight for and save Darryl lights his own pathway to self-forgiveness.

    Must read!

    I loved the story! I would recommend it to everyone! Who likes drama and someone who is looking for a great book for entertainment this rating is well..Show More »

    Reviewed on March 09 2016 by Kimberly ()
  • 2
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  • 3
    The Right Mistake | Walter Mosley

    The Right Mistake

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Walter Mosley
    • Narrated By Ezra Knight
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready

    From award-winning author Walter Mosley comes the third work featuring hardened ex-con turned street philosopher Socrates Fortlow. Organizing other troubled individuals, Socrates starts the Thursday Night Thinkers' Meeting, in which members discuss "the world and what would be the right thing to do."

    Saving the best for last

    I've never seen the print version, but, in general, I prefer audiobooks if they have the right narrator. In this case, with basso profundo narrator E..Show More »

    Reviewed on June 06 2015 by Manifesta ()