Concrete Rose
  • Concrete Rose
  • Concrete Rose
  • Concrete Rose
  • Concrete Rose
ISBN: 006284671X
EAN13: 9780062846716
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 12, 2021
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 1" H x 8.25" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 1 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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5
   Made for great conversations
This book will be the catalyst for many great discussions, Sir Richard said. The show dives into the reasons why many young boys find themselves in gangs. The book is being written by Simon & Schuster's own Mark Boal. As far as I'm concerned, Angie Thomas has exceeded all expectations. Seventeen-year-old Maverick Carter has not had it easy being the son of an infamous gang leader. The kid goes from living his normal teenage life to suddenly being thrown into parenthood. He admits that there are so many choices to be made, and he is unsure which ones are the right ones. It was a sad day for Concrete Rose, said Barbara. You can shout at him and he will have you yelling at him and rooting for him at the same time!
 
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   Storyline was okay
This book is going to be pretty awful. The writer had a good story, but it seemed forced. I'm not a huge fan of Gillian Flynn's books, but I would enjoy it if it was available. But I see her popularity because of what she's writing about it seems. 0 3171616 3171578 But I see her popularity because of what she's writing about it seems.
 
5
   Great prequel!
Based on the highly anticipated follow-up to the smash hit "The Hate U Give," "Concrete Rose" follows a young man (played by Aldis Hodge) who returns home to find out his father is actually a police informant. Now he has to step up and take care of his son. Thanks to @angiethomas for me getting out of my reading slump! This book really gets into why boys, especially black boys might get into gangs and/or sell drugs, and it's not because they want to tear down their community, Bustamante said. It also delves into toxic masculinity and the notion that men don't feel emotions, shouldn't cry, and vice versa. One of the biggest lies ever told is that Black men don't feel emotions, Mr. Wyatt tells us in this book.
 
5
   Awesome read!
This book was absolutely everything I expected from a Christian. It made you respect him even more. He was definitely a rose that grew from concrete, Raymond said. He was an independent thinker. This book is by far the best seller of all time.
 
5
   Loved This and I Want More!
The book is very good. The book is told from a man's point of view. Angie Thomas is a master of the written word who weaves in and out of other books. Once I started reading, I couldn't stop. There is no release date for the second book in the series.
 
5
   Well written and deep story
Oh my!!!!!!!!! Ms. Thomas did it again! I'm also a big fan of the way the characters spoke their story. Maverick definitely felt like he got the short end of the stick at times, but he was able to take a step back and think through the situation. He lived by his name as an independent thinker. Lisa as a teenager was amazing, I loved getting to know her, and seeing how she had dreams and plans for her life, Raymond said. His mom was the best! I've loved her the most, but at the same time, I also love Mr. Wyatt and Ms. Rosalie.
 
5
   Love
Only a few hours into the book, I found myself in a good position to recommend it to others. It's just that I couldn't put it down. Whether you love or hate Nancy, her writing is captivating and impactful. It was such a great performance, I had tears streaming down my face at certain parts.
 
4
   Not as good as other novels
The book starts slow, but ends up being a good read. i was slightly dispointed by the book and assume it is one of her earlier works. Because it didnt have the same flow as The Hate U Give and On The Come Up, it was called "Album Of The Week." still i commend this writer and remain a loyal consumer of her novels, yet to come.
 
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