Imani in Never Say Goodbye

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Enlighten Publications, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 272 pages
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As seventeen-year-old Imani, star of her high school basketball team, struggles with the SATs and worries about the cost of college tuition, other girls in her crowd deal with grimmer problems, including drug addiction, domestic violence, and teenage preg

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User Review  - Tiarah Celess - Goodreads

The second book had me hooked just like the first one. I just couldn't put it down. AMAZING! Although the ending was sad, I love the book. Anyone who's read the first Imani book has got to read this one. Read full review

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User Review  - Sara Harris - Goodreads

Wow I loved it Read full review


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Imani in Never Say Goodbye is a contemporary young adult novel. The purpose is to make teens THINK, to discourage drug use, and to encourage valuing their education and themselves. Imani in Never Say Goodbye shows the reader the consequences of using illegal drugs. It depicts how experimentation can lead to addiction. How addiction affects someone socially, mentally, physically, emotionally, and financially. Lessons learned through the experiences of their peers (all of the main characters are teenagers). Join Imani and crew as their drama unfolds... Who Knew? Imani never saw it coming and neither did Fatima, Dominique, Tyler...One drag off a joint, one crack house, one drug test, one injury, one argument, one death, one drug deal, one wrong place at the wrong time led to one thing after another and their worlds spun out of control. Who will survive? Who will have to say Goodbye?