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I wish he had a part two. The reading was good. I just wish it was more he could have done.Published 12 days ago by Donyale Y Hamilton
Fantastic book that is relevant in spite of having taken place in the late 80s/early 90s. I'll be using it to teach a class in social justice.Published 17 days ago by Rachel B.
This book is shocking, troubling, disgusting, and heartbreaking.
The author of this book follows two black boys who live in poverty in a crime ridden housing project in... Read more
This is an excellent read about growing up in the Chicago projects, poverty, the view from 'the other side', limitations, and just how society has changed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hot hands
Really good book. Got it for a class but it's a very enlightening story. It is a sociological study but written in a way that makes it accessible to the non-academic reader.Published 1 month ago by angel jones
Sometimes a little clinical, but touching. I recommend it to get a view of a foreign culture in our midst. It is sad that so many don't get the chances most of us do. Read morePublished 1 month ago by capt367272
This book is surely dated by now, but it is eye opening about life in the worst of Chicago's housing projects. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sharon Weakley