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Watch Gangland and you will get the same experience as this book. It's almost as if the author watched the show and then wrote the book verbatim.Published 2 months ago by J Voigt
Interesting read. The young woman in the book is obviously manipulative, so it is curious as to how the narrative was largely based on her interviews and testimony, etc. Read morePublished 4 months ago by cl
I'm amazed at how stupid this girl was. With all of the help of the federal government they couldn't save her from her own dumb self.Published 7 months ago by Cynthia Cabral
Mostly focusing on the case study of Brenda Paz and her life the author really brings every detail to life in an exciting format. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Julia
I enjoyed this book then I watched the gangland show of MS13. True story is my fav.Published 10 months ago by Rosa Medina
An interesting book on the MS-13 told through the story of Brenda Paz, a gang member who turned informant and was killed for it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Seth Ferranti- Gorilla Convict Publications
The book focuses on and tracks one particular gang member. Interesting story but not detailed about MS-13 or its national penetration.Published 23 months ago by Paul Miller