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The Stunning National Bestseller Now Features An Illuminating Discussion With Sister Souljah Her Secret Thoughts On Creating The Story That Has Sold Than One Million Copies Worldwide And Introduced Readers Everywhere To The Real Ghetto Experience Here Are Answers To The Questions Fans Everywhere Have Been Asking The Meanings And Inspirations Behind Such Memorable Characters As Winter, Midnight, And Santiaga And Insights Into Why And How Souljah Conceived Of One Of The Most Powerful Novels Of Our Time. I like to read outside of my comfort zone But this far out I probably needed a bathysphere And now I got the bends.Imagine you re reading On Cheshil Beach by Ian McEwan, and after the famous wedding night scene a friend of Florence told her that her and Edward should really go and see this highly recommended marriage guidance councellor, so they decide to give it a shot, and it turns out to be a guy called Ian McEwan, who is this lovely wise person who they instantly trust And he dispenses hi I like to read outside of my comfort zone But this far out I probably needed a bathysphere And now I got the bends.Imagine you re reading On Cheshil Beach by Ian McEwan, and after the famous wedding night scene a friend of Florence told her that her and Edward should really go and see this highly recommended marriage guidance councellor, so they decide to give it a shot, and it turns out to be a guy called Ian McEwan, who is this lovely wise person who they instantly trust And he dispenses his wisdom to them And their lives are better Then imagine Ian McEwan writes an 80 page commentary on his novel and includes it as an appendix, pointing out for less perspicacious readers who represents what and the moral inferences you should be er inferring as you read Would we be telling Ian McEwan that he had an ego the size of the Titanic and clearly just as fragile And that he had zero trust in his readers And that he ll never win the Booker Prize again Lovely read A classic,ruthless,blunt with lots of cliffhangers in the storyline and is exceptionally written I encourage everyone to read this book paperback Winter Santiaga is a spoiled, materialistic, troubled teenager Throughout the novel, she is constantly trying to stay on top She grows up in the ghetto with a father who is a drug kingpin Her father spoils her rotten and her mother feeds into this They finally move out of the ghetto and into a rich, suburban area Winter feels isolated and needs to go back to the ghetto and brag to her friends and complete strangers Winter also sees no problem with spending a few hundred dollars on an David has insinuated that this novel is in some way comparable to Hitler or Mariah Carey, which I think is unfair This book has been responsible neither for the attempted extinction of a race of people, nor for Glitter and dog whistle mimicry It is not a book that is going to stay in my heart for a long period of time, but one does care about the characters, and she writes vividly and is never boring And that is enough for three stars, considering this was not a book I chose to read myself, s David has insinuated that this novel is in some way comparable to Hitler or Mariah Carey, which I think is unfair This book has been responsible neither for the attempted extinction of a race of people, nor for Glitter and dog whistle mimicry It is not a book that is going to stay in my heart for a long period of time, but one does care about the characters, and she writes vividly and is never boring And that is enough for three stars, considering this was not a book I chose to read myself, so I had no real expectations If you are a fan of The Wire, and why wouldn t you be, since it is the best non Bluth television show to have been put on the air since Manimal this will mostly be old hat to you But if you are wicked sheltered and don t know that drugs are bad and destroy communities, check this out, because like The Wire, it shows all aspects the users, the dealers, the way communities are divided as people die, are jailed, and betray each other I don t think there is still