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Ghetto Tears
by Tamara Prince-Greer and Cary Calvin
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Overview


Crushed by unimaginable acts of violence, a tragically broken, inner-city youth shoot herself in the head in a desperate struggle to exorcise and expose the demons that torment her. Ironically, her attempted escape reveals unexpected truths she would have died to experience. Now she's in the fight of her life, against those who want their secrets to die with her and the hope of a good life she now realizes is possible. Desperation, pain, devastation, and sheer hopelessness are the emotions felt by 16-year-old Mia Reynolds.

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Description


Ghetto Tears: is a raw story of the loss of innocence in a world of predators, drugs, and corruption and the journey from hopelessness to triumph and redemption through love, self-discovery, sacrifice, and forgiveness.

TAGLINE: It's more than just a BOOK! it's a movement.

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About the author


Tamara prince-Greer is a first-time book writer with her first book.

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Book details

Genre:YOUNG ADULT FICTION

Subgenre:Social Themes / Physical & Emotional Abuse

Age Range (years):13 and up

Language:English

Series title:Ghetto Tears

Series Number:1

Pages:122

Duration:

eBook ISBN:9798218969103

Audiobook ISBN:9798350949025


Overview


Crushed by unimaginable acts of violence, a tragically broken, inner-city youth shoot herself in the head in a desperate struggle to exorcise and expose the demons that torment her. Ironically, her attempted escape reveals unexpected truths she would have died to experience. Now she's in the fight of her life, against those who want their secrets to die with her and the hope of a good life she now realizes is possible. Desperation, pain, devastation, and sheer hopelessness are the emotions felt by 16-year-old Mia Reynolds.

Read more

Description


Ghetto Tears: is a raw story of the loss of innocence in a world of predators, drugs, and corruption and the journey from hopelessness to triumph and redemption through love, self-discovery, sacrifice, and forgiveness.

TAGLINE: It's more than just a BOOK! it's a movement.

Read more

About the author


Tamara prince-Greer is a first-time book writer with her first book.

Read more

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Ghetto Tears Well written this is a first time author and she painted a picture of the realities that many of our young adults unfortunately are experiencing . Looking forward to more from this author in a movement of self awareness, and social awareness. Read more