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Booklocker.com, Incorporated, Aug 1, 2010 - Fiction - 160 pages
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Emancipation is a compilation of stories focusing on a cross-section of Americans. Gratey Johnson is a PSTD war veteran whose combat hell has left him a shattered man struggling to corral his demons. Parents, grandparents, children, lovers, executive, thief, cop, educator, and drug dealer join Gratey in sharing their unique tales. From their insightful journeys, the lesson learned is that we possess more common threads that bind us than differences that divide.

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User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

Emancipation opens with the story of a tragic event. The author cleverly draws the dark thread of this tragedy through the lives of the all characters in the story collection. Most effected was Gratey ... Read full review

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