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I has to purchase these books as a part of my daughter's required reading for the summer.
I was really impressed with the writing; but more so the personal stories and tragedies that were shared by actual prisoners.
The intended audience for this book is the young adult, but should be required reading for every parent.
This book is not appropriate for School age kids. It goes into too much sexual detail that they do not need to read. It was a disgusting book.Published 1 month ago by connie gautreaux
I has to purchase these books as a part of my daughter's required reading for the summer. The books came on time as promised.Published 2 months ago by Kamaney Cole
I bought this for my 7th grade son who is not a big fan of reading. The stories are told in the words of the convicts, so the language can be intense. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sandra M. Wiggins
I ordered this book for a class I am taking. The book was in fine shape but it took so long to receive it I no longer needed it!!!!Published 12 months ago by Andrea Dalla
This was for my Daughter's summer reading, It appeared she enjoyed reading it. She got a good grade on her responses for classPublished 13 months ago by Donna Gilbert
Summer Reading Assignment for my high school daughter. Thankfully, it was written well enough to keep a very opposed "non-reader" interested .Published 15 months ago by Janet R Lloyd
Susan Kuklin's disjointed book No Choirboy: Murder, Violence, and Teenagers on Death Row is suppposed to take the reader inside the US Prison system and explore the question of... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Richard Stampfle
Now this book is a must read for everyone. Susan was very very informative. I felt so sorry for these young people especially Nanon Williams. Read morePublished on May 17, 2011 by Brenda G. Brown