Light: Stories of Urban Resurrection
A collection of powerful short stories that dig deep into the realm of urban culture, and emerge with such intense and thought-provoking messages that they will leave the reader astounded. These stories take issues of race and urban culture and combine them to create fictional passages with real-life implications.
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