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When Kwame is released from prison, Romeo is happy to have his big brother back home with him. Even their mother starts coming around more often. As they begin to enjoy their lives back together again, their mother is savagely beaten. Not only do they find out the reason for their mother's abandonment, they also find out who wants them all out of the picture.
The remarkable characterization in TWO THE HARD WAY sets the tone in this explosive teen story. From the special bond Kwame and Romeo share, and the love they feel for Nana, to the hilarious "power to the people" Amir, each of these characters will find a place in your heart. The secondary characters add just a touch more spice to a realistic plot of love and survival. Just when I thought the story couldn't get any better, Hunter takes it to another level. I sense a sequel!!
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17yo Romeo should have nothing on his mind but which college he should be attending, instead he worries about his 19yo inmate brother not making parole, his beloved Nana's health and money troubles, his mother Pearl who abandoned them and his girl Ngiai finding out he could possibly be a father. Then throw in his loyal & militant best friend Amir, an arsenal toting neighbor, a displaced General and his brother Kwame's friend who possibly set him up and you've got an awesome story to unravel of who to trust, family secrets and the struggle to make it out of the projects in one piece or be swallowed up. I really enjoyed this book and the message that it sends to young people, esp young males. There were a few scenes that were a little preachy but overall it was very enjoyable. I'd highly recommend and can't wait for Travis' next book to come out in Dec. I thought he left us hanging with one of the characters but he read our minds!
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