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|Posted on Wednesday, June 18, 2003 - 12:09 pm: |
See, I didn't mind that Winter didn't have any redeeming qualities. I think that's real at times. Sometimes when people go through challenging experiences, they simply do not change for the better. Others become sober and turn their life around. To me, it's okay that there wasn't a happily ever after -- I'm guessing that the author is trying to send a message to the young ladies who want to exemplify Winter.
Souljah did a masterful job. It was glued to that book and wouldn't let it go until it was complete. But admittedly, when the book first came out, well, it didn't sound interesting. The cover wasn't compelling. But the word of mouth? Hey, I couldn't resist with such strong word of mouth.
Also, this novel has the distinction of having the highest number of reviews/comments for any 'black' novel on Amazon.com which might not mean much but to me it says a lot.
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