Coldest Winter Ever, The Paperback – 16 Jun 2009
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"Winter is nasty, spoiled, and almost unbelievably libidinous, and it's ample evidence of the author's talent that she is also deeply sympathetic."
--"The New Yorker"
About the Author
Sister Souljah is best known for her work as a political activist and educator of underclass urban youth. A graduate of Rutgers University, she is a beloved personality in her own community. She lives in New York with her husband and son.
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The book was superbly written and true to life - it was written so well it was like watching a film and seeing the lives of actors rather than reading a book!
Winter was a girl you wanted to hit, scream at, love and give a hug all at once, and reiterated the point that money really doesnt buy you happiness!
This is a recommended MUST READ, and no other book I've read yet has compared to this work of art!
There are a few reasons I didn't like the book. Firstly, I didn't really like any of the characters except for Midnight and I did feel pity for Winter's mother. I found the character Winter OTT and everything about her just annoyed me. I couldn't relate to or understand her and I found the dialogue hard work to be honest. The storyline was okay and I guess it was eye-opening to see how you never know what's around the corner and a family can be torn apart and lives destroyed in the blink of an eye.
Anyway, for me what killed the book was I couldn't help but feel that it was written purely for Sister Souljah to promote herself because to me half the book was about her and I didn't really like the fact she was writing a story about herself and making out like she was so perfect. I don't know anything about her or her status but I found it rather tacky and it grated on me the whole book. The plot would be going on nicely and all of a sudden it was rudely interrupted by a mention of her on the radio, the work she does, speeches thrown in etc and that's just in the plot, in situations she wasn't even present. Very annoying! Then a fairly big section of the book is almost promoting her and her activities/work.Read more ›
Worth the read will deffo be buying A Deeper Love Inside :-)
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If you've ever been or been with a ghetto girl, you will understand where this book is coming from. Mad fun to read, shocking acts, plot twists and turns, entertaining one moment... Read morePublished 3 months ago by URBANSMASH
Wonderful book I can't wait to read all the books by sistah souljahPublished 5 months ago by Oyinkan Akinseye
One of the best books I've ever read. Havent been able to put it down. The condition of the book was about unexpected, consisting of more creases and folds. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kadz
I'm only half way in and already I can't put this down. The story is gripping and literally straight from the streets. Read morePublished 21 months ago by R