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Un-Broken, the Untold Life of a Ghetto Bastard (édition 2013)

par De Angelo R. Moody

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"A real life David and Goliath,childhood biography that reads like an action packed thriller."A 5 year old, weak and in secure on the streets of D.C enters the school of hard knocks. There he learns to trust no one, except the truth of pain, need and rejection. Submerged deep in the darkness of sorrow he thinks himself to be the Anti-Christ. Later he matures and graduates to the school of excellence where he earns a PhD in trying and failing. Wise beyond his years, he confronts the question, what if all of the pain, destruction, rage, disappointments, set backs, humiliation, abuse, and tears were all a part of the process of becoming?… (plus d'informations)
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Titre:Un-Broken, the Untold Life of a Ghetto Bastard
Auteurs:De Angelo R. Moody
Info:DMD Group, LLC. (2013), Paperback, 250 pages
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While the writing style for this story was very unconventional, it certainly fit the content. It was a bit of a difficult read at times, but I think it’s important to know that there are children growing up in these types of circumstances every day. I’m amazed at the inner strength and resilience that some people seem to be born with.
  kdkelly92 | Jun 26, 2014 |
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A good book and a nice quick read. The author certainly deserves major credit for making something of his life despite the horrendous childhood he experienced. I just wished like everyone has been saying that they book wouldn't have ended so soon and followed his life a little bit longer. ( )
  sareiner | Jun 19, 2014 |
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Unbroken may not have been written in the usual context which displays proper grammar, writing etiquette, or a style suitable to an avid readers palette,but its raw,precise account of events in the life of the author depicts what most people in america avoid hearing or reading about. Its a story of how the author strives to dispel the lifestyle that control his and life and would have eventually made him a statistic. Not my usual reading style but would recommend this book so others can get a glimpse into the lifestyle that claims so many young people. today
  nluvwithx | Jun 11, 2014 |
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So far I haven't been able to get all the way to the end of this one, but I generally like what I've seen so far. The style seems a bit scattered, with his moves back and forth between various relatives/non-relatives, and multiple schools, but I guess the poor kid's life was pretty scattered too. The author certainly deserves major credit for making something of his life despite the horrendous childhood he experienced. When people talk about the "nature vs. nurture" idea, here is an example of a man who had the worst of both and STILL became a decent human being. When you hear people (ahem...or their defense attorneys) whining in public about how they never had a chance, or they were "forced" by their surroundings into a life of crime, remember Mr. Moody. ( )
  satxreader | May 30, 2014 |
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I enjoyed this book, and reading about the early life of the author. The author seems to have come from a very hard background, and yet made a good life for himself. My only complaint was that the book stopped to early. One gets the sense that he has turned his life around, but then the book stops. I would have like to have followed his life just a few years longer.
  ktsbentley | May 28, 2014 |
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"A real life David and Goliath,childhood biography that reads like an action packed thriller."A 5 year old, weak and in secure on the streets of D.C enters the school of hard knocks. There he learns to trust no one, except the truth of pain, need and rejection. Submerged deep in the darkness of sorrow he thinks himself to be the Anti-Christ. Later he matures and graduates to the school of excellence where he earns a PhD in trying and failing. Wise beyond his years, he confronts the question, what if all of the pain, destruction, rage, disappointments, set backs, humiliation, abuse, and tears were all a part of the process of becoming?

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