Driven

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Urban, 2007 - Fiction - 266 pages
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What happens when an unseen tragedy occurs? Life begins to unravel and skeletons begin to leap out of the closet. Nasir is a young man torn between street life and fatherhood, who finds his mother's scorned vengefulness and his girlfriend's enraged insecurities are driving him close to the edge. Will he be a father to his child - or will he fold under pressure?

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User Review  - Ashley D - Borders

As soon as I got this book, I read it all the way through, I couldn't put it down! It was very intertaining, never boring. I can't wait to read the next one, "At the Courts Mercy." The book was well written and if you like urban books I would tell you to read this! Read full review

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Really cool hoodlife book. The way the author started off was very interesting. I was at first taken aback and thought the story was completely opposite or more so far off from what the summary on the back cover described. After getting past the beginning of the "story" behind the story, I was hooked and finished the book overnight. I did not put it down. Good book. 

Contents

Section 1
17
Section 2
31
Section 3
50
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About the author (2007)

Kashamba Williams is a mother and social worker living in Delaware.

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