Ice Cream for Freaks

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Q-Boro Books, Aug 30, 2005 - Fiction - 273 pages
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In the tradition of literary icon Donald Goines, Ice Cream For Freaks accurately depicts the bleak conditions of the story'ss urban backdrop. Ice has a reputation of being a brutal and daring stick-up kid, but when he lands in prison, both his reputation and manhood come into question after a terrorizing encounter in his cell with a prison homo thug.

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User Review  - Shawntel - Goodreads

This was an ok book. The title had absolutely nothing to do with the book though. Read full review

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