Flower's Bed

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Amiaya Entertaiment, Jan 1, 2004 - Fiction - 199 pages
11 Reviews
Flower's Bed is an incredible tale of Flower Abrams; a young lady cared for by her loving mother and her deceitful father. She struggles to overcome her adversities by experiencing pain, understanding reality, and surrendering to love. Emotionally and psychologically affected by a brutal attack, Flower turns to the one thing that brought her solace...THE STREETS.

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User Review  - Niyah - Goodreads

I love this book and I just started reading it . Some parts is so sad to me and disgusting also interesting can't wait to finish it. Read full review

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User Review  - African Americans on the Move Book Club - Goodreads

When I was last in Baltimore many customers were aware of Flowers Bed. It sort of has become a classic on the streets. So I said to myself I must read this book and see whats up with it. When reading ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
18
Section 2
62
Section 3
114
Copyright

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Flower's Bed FLOWER'S BED IN AN INCREDIBLE TALE OF A YOUNG LADY WHO OVERCOMES HER ADVERSITIES BY EXPERIENCING PAIN, UNDERSTANDING REALITY AND SURRENDERING TO LOVE. AT NINE YEARS OLD, FLOWER ABRAMS IS AS INNOCENT AS SHE WAS WHEN SHE WAS FIRST BORN. CARED FOR BY BOTH HER LOVING MOTHER AND DECEITFUL FATHER, TRAGEDY STRIKES THIS YOUNG CHILD AT AN AGE WHERE TEDDY BEARS AND LOLLIPOPS CAN PAST FOR BEST FRIENDS AND LUNCH. EMOTIONALLY AND PSYCHOLOGICALLY AFFECTED BY THIS MALICIOUS AND BRUTAL ATTACK, FLOWER TURNED TO THE ONE THING THAT BROUGHT HER SOLACE...THE STREETS.

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