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Urban Books, Nov 1, 2011 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Drug-addicted former model Brooklyn Johnson's life is in ruins. She once had it all—money, jewels, designer clothes and men falling at her feet. Now washed up, and recently diagnosed with cancer, all she has left is to get high, and all she looks forward to is death. When she watches, helpless, as her only friend dies in the street in front of the crack house, she reflects on her life, starting from when she was discovered in high school. She realizes she wasn't always good to others, including her own children, and thought she never needed anyone. Even as she developed a drug addiction and fought to maintain her sanity, she kept others away. But what will it take for her to let others in and finally find a reason to live?
 

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Terrible
Don't even bother!! When i purchased this book, I really thought it was gonna be a banger coming from Brittani, but I was SO WRONG. This book is boring and it drags on forever about nothing...the whole concept is really dumb also. Plz don't waste your money

Contents

Title Page
Chapter Two Truly Sincere 1985
Chapter Four Battle between Friends 1985
Chapter Seven The Usual Suspects 1986
Chapter Nine Take a Picture 1986
Chapter Thirteen Meeting in the Ladies Room 1988
Chapter Fifteen Second Chances 1990
Chapter Sixteen Loveinthe Air 1990
Chapter Eighteen Is It Me? 1991 Chapter Nineteen On to the Next 1992
Chapter Twentytwo Hitting the Fan 1993
Chapter Twentyfour They Keep Calling 1996
Chapter Twentysix A New Day 1998
Chapter Twentynine Beginning of the End 2007
Chapter Thirty Take Me as I Am November 2007
Chapter Thirtyone Time Will Tell
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Brittani Williams is an author and a playwright. She has released several novels with Urban Books, and recently wrote and produced a play based on her novel Black Diamond. She resides in Philadelphia with her daughter.

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