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Intricate play on current social climate regarding race, immigrants, marginalization and violence The author uses insight on violence as a means to illicit emotional trauma and the toll that it takes on interpersonal relationships.
Book two is a marked improvement on book one. I look forward to the next installment.
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The lead cop is not very bright and not very likeable. He is plagued--did we really need to know it?--with acid reflux and, endlessly, by a drumming in his ears. Then there are the caricature rastas. My recommendation is: Skip it.
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Enjoy reading this book, I have read the three books over the past nine days, when you start one you can't wait to start the next...
i found the portrayal of black people really stereotypical. i have yet to meet someone who says man every 2 seconds like every black man in this book they lie, steal and are dishonest. i think listening to the postscript the authors anger is clear. he vents in this book. The voice.overs were also lazy caricatures.