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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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"In this place and time there was a lot of pressure to be nobody". We were never told
about life and what one had to do to get ahead. You lived from day to day.
The story portrays through poverty, teenage gangs, mafia crime bosses and sex how
it was in the Bronx during those times. From all of this Mr. Carter depicts how a group
of teenage Doo-Wop singers strive to make music their escape from the futility of the
The book is a page turner with excitement throughout. A sociologist would learn a
great deal from reading this book because he would see what this area was like in
those days and probably how it is reflected in some of our poorer areas today.
I enjoyed the book and recommend it highly.
You won't regret your investment............it was a good read and passed the time. It helps if your familiar with New York City. If you're not...it's a raw education.