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Sister Souljah Speaks on her Relationship with Will Smith and her new book "A Deeper Love"
Number one, I think what I write is literature. People have the tendency to call it urban fiction because whenever black people come into a professional space and do very well, instead of people competing with us upright, they create a new label for it. So that you can be at the top of your game over there in that corner, but this is literature.
A Deeper Love Inside: Review
Detailed plot synopsis reviews of A Deeper Love Inside: The Porsche Santiaga Story A young girl lands in a New York juvenile detention facility when foster home placements don't work out and her parents abandon her. Ten-year-old Porsche is doing an eight year sentence in a New York juvenile delinquency facility. She lives on a ward for violent girls. In and out of foster homes where she was not treated as a member of the family, Porsche has survived beatings by one foster mother, and being starved in another placement. Unsure of where her parents were taken once the cops showed up and shut down her father's Ricky Santiago drug business, Porsche lives everyday with one goal, freedom. Click here to see the rest of this review. Her older sister Winter, hasn't called or visited and Porsche has no idea what fate has befell her twin seven-year-old sisters.
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The book parallels so many aspects of every crime laden, urban drama, yet it manages to be so categorically different. The main character in the novel, Porsche Santiaga, narrates in first person from the age of eight to For this very reason, Sister Souljah challenges the reader to question whether or not we are prejudiced to the fact that children all over the world are subjected to situations that drastically mature them and require that rapid mental age progression. My thoughts kept returning to that aforementioned scene in the film Belly. In essence, it just further lent to the notion that when ones environment requires, the mind can rapidly outgrow the body. The product of a beautiful urban queen and a handsome drug lord in Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn, New York, the four daughters of the urban power couple were used to being in the lap of luxury.
Thank you! When she takes offense at a remark made by a social worker about her mother, she stabs the woman in the neck with a sharpened No. All of the stories are horrific, some in predictable, stereotypical ways, some so idiosyncratic they could be based on that proverbial truth that is stranger than fiction. Although she is much younger than the others, she is recruited into a clique called The Diamond Needles by an older white girl, and together, they later escape and go to live on an Indian reservation with a woman the girl knows. The novel takes the reader into the moment-to-moment, day-to-day life of Porsche Santiaga from early childhood to young womanhood, a life of dancing, yearning for her family and mourning for her momma; a life of seeking and eventually discovering love.
Or how I feel the story should go. It also may say how the story made me feel. If you don't like it don't read or comment. I'll put excerpts of the story in here so you know what I am talking about if you don't have the book or have never read it. Book Review Re-reading "The Coldest Winter Ever" helped to bring the characters of the Santiaga family back to the forefront of my mind.