From Publishers Weekly
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All Souls hits hard with tragedy and a real life account of what it's like to grow up poor in America. Mike's sorry sounds like a tragic movie but it is, in fact, his life story.Published 10 days ago by Aaron D Moore
Anyone who has ever lived in Boston should read this heartbreaking story of the disintegration of an Irish family from South Boston (the greatest place on earth). Read morePublished 21 days ago by J.C.D.
Growing up in a tough and often violent neighborhood but a story also of the humanity of people who are caught in poverty. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jack
Great. Sent as a gift after I read it, Having lived in Boston, this personifies the Southie attitude, and lifestyle. The scary thing is its true.Published 1 month ago by janeb
such a wonderful book. my 10th graders loved it-- it opened their eyes to white poverty, something that is rarely talked about publicly.Published 2 months ago by G. Hotz
I was uncertain that the narrator would ever get over the dangerous loyalty of living in a closed and disturbing neighborhood, but he redeems himself and proves that good can come... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marilyn R. Pankey