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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:African American / Urban Life
  • Language:English
  • Pages:300
  • eBook ISBN:9781623096618

Sweet Lullaby

by Dawitt

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A urban love story between two teens in Washington D.C. Kiesha is a aspireing ballet dancer. Juwan a very smart teen caught up in the streets until he gets his out and leaves for college. Four years later after graduating from MIT University he returns home only to find out his high school sweet heart is on the streets due to his actions. Thus the race to find, save and make her love life again begins. Meanwhile that past he escaped to college from comes back looking for him.
Recently graduating from MIT university Juwan returns home to his old neighborhood in Washington D.C. to search for his ex high school girlfriend Kiesha the woman he loves. The more complex psychological suggestion here is that he comes back because he feels guilty. That guilt comes from him feeling like he abandoned Kiesha, the death of his best friend Angelo, and from the fact that he was able to escape and follow his dreams. It's almost as if he doesn't really believe he deserves to move on, so he must go back and prove it by finding Kiesha. Her dream was to be a ballet dancer for the Alvin Ailee Dance Theater so she could get free of her surroundings. She failed and now Juwan comes back because he's got to prove something to himself. Thus the journey to save her begins but enemies have other ideas in mind for his destiny.
About the author
Dawitt is a multi genre writing author who found his passion for writing in high school. Born in Lompoc California but raised most his life in Tidewater Virginia he curently resides in Washington D.C. is single and loves to travel and mentor at risk boys. His favorite author is Stephen King. His heroes are his father, Haile Sellasie, Nelson Mendela and Barak Obama. In his relaxing time he enjoys billiards, cooking caribbean dishes, Jamaican Rum Punch and hookah lounges. His debut novel is Sweet Lullaby.
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