First of all, a person does not have to go to prison to change their life. Now let’s look at it through my lenses. Let’s see how life looks through my eyes.
I am the streets of the inner city. I have lived in Chicago as well as Detroit. I have seen the streets in their rawest forms. I write like the scholar of the ghetto. I have kicked it with heroin addicts and the drunks. I have sold cocaine to the police for his personal use in the squad car, and it gets worse. I sold him cocaine to go and rock it up so he could smoke the cocaine in his squad car. I have sold multiple kilos of cocaine at one time. I was able to get out of the business with my mind and spirit intact. My mother became a victim of the same drugs of which I sold before I was sent to prison.
This book is a journey of one’s life. The contributing factors that will influence one to take the wrong path towards material success. This journey deals with drugs, alcohol, miseducation, family, without parents, raising oneself, military, hustling, prison, and freedom. In prison, I resided with killers, robbers, rapists, burglars, drug addicts, and drug dealers like myself.
This book should be read by middle school children up to adults. It is inspirational to young males and females.
This book is about change and the redemptive process of anyone that’s in need of it.