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This wonderfully written book reads like a fiction page-turner, even though the story and characters are real.
I really fell in love with the people in this book - I felt like I lived in the same small apartments and lived through their experiences.
As I progressed through the book, I developed a better understanding of the people and their struggles and choices they face daily.
This book is just such a good read. Hard to put down and I simply devoured it. It's a harsh reality on the struggles of so many descendants of immigrants who most of the time... Read morePublished 3 days ago by amy
I read this book for a sociology course; complete mind opener... I totally recommend this book for social workers or anyone interested in sociology!Published 15 days ago by Lakiesha C.
Interesting veiw into a world that many of us need to know more about. It increases your compassion and empathy for others.Published 25 days ago by jill tache
Just finished reading Random Family for the second and it even better the second time. This book haunts me... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JustMe
Great Book to read, really makes you take a good look at what the ghetto is really like instead of its positive portrayal in certain genres of musicPublished 1 month ago by Abigail K. Ortiz
This was the best book I have read in a long time. Don't think about it anymore. Just click buy.Published 2 months ago by lisalulu
I had to create a "cheat sheet" for all the characters. Started it without one, then couldn't keep everyone straight. Read morePublished 2 months ago by T. Blair