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Don't Ever Wonder: A Novel Paperback – June 28, 2005
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About the Author
Darren Coleman is the author of Before I Let Go and Don't Ever Wonder. A former elementary-school teacher, he is now a full-time writer and coaches in a youth football league. He lives in Bowie, Maryland.
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Top Customer Reviews
For a person who is looking for an African American novel with drama and plenty of scenes to steam up the reading glasses this might be the one for you, but for someone like myself, who is still trying to find a novel that presents African American males in a positive light and one that deal with African American male/female relationship in a point of view other than who can get someone's bed without damaging emotions or someone's self-respect, this one leaves me wanting, unfortunately like numerous others I have read. This is not an indictment of all African American novelists; I haven't read them all, not to mention other works that Mr. Coleman has written. Yet, as an African American male who is acutely aware of the challenges that we face a African American males, especially in the relationships with the women we love, it doesn't help, even for the sake of drama, to perpetuate the idea that all of us are either "dogs" or we have been hurt by sisters so much that it makes us want to be dogs.
As a Christian, I think Mr. Coleman's book does do us a service; it makes us aware of the fact that when a person does decide to make a committent to Christ, we who are established in the faith should try to nurture those who are new in their experience.Read more ›
Don't Ever Wonder is worse than Before I Let Go. Cory and Brendan's only focus was bedding as many women as possible with no regard for anything or anyone. I grew bored reading about the multiple women walking in and out of their lives and their juvenile masses of uncertainty. It was hard to keep track of the women in this story. Even Nate who was suddenly holy couldn't keep his libido under control or get his life on track. And to finally be told what Nate's profession was after any discussion of it had been strangely avoided fell out of place in the book, in my opinion. It wasn't a good fit. The author's feeble attempts at concrete story development were over-shadowed by ridiculous and unbelievable sub-plots. This book would be great if it wasn't for the fact that I've read so many other books of this genre that are much better and actually contain dramatic elements to keep the reader hooked.
I have to ask, did Darren Coleman really write Do or Die? That book was so fascinating. It's unbelievable that the same person could author this nonsense as well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This Novel by Mr. Coleman covers all aspects of the human psychological make up. He expertly describes how men think, real struggles, life lessons learned, impact of our behaviour... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
The first one was more interesting and made me not want to put the book down. As for this one, it was a little strange how the author changed how the characters are. Read morePublished on April 15, 2013 by Nicole
This is my second book by Darren Coleman and I must say his writting skills are awesome. Don't Ever Wonder is a great book book about 3 male friends and the numerous females in... Read morePublished on July 15, 2012 by Ms.Shawn
Darren Coleman books are always good to read. He places you inside his books at least I do. but this is not at all like Do or Die, the first book I read.Published on March 23, 2010 by Freedom
i ordered this because i read his first book, Before I Let Go. This was a good read, also had a great flow like the first book. Read morePublished on August 23, 2009 by gooney googoo
This is the sequel to the book Before I Let Go. It's about 3 friends that go through love and life, but the story is told from a male point of view. Read morePublished on December 20, 2008 by Amazon Customer
This was a great book definitely recommend reading but make sure you read Don't Let Go first.Published on October 23, 2008 by Amy L. Cason
I can't believe I actually listened to the entire book. The recorded version was well presented and the reader was entertaining. But the book angered and disgusted me. Read morePublished on October 6, 2008 by C. Talley
JUST BECAME FAMILIAR WITH AUTHOR. BEING A FEMALE THIS BOOK PUT ME ON POINT, TO BE AHEAD OF THE GAME.Published on November 1, 2007 by Angela Perry