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Love, God & Tattoos is a series of young adult novels written by American author Aleshia Robinson. The story chronicles the spiritual journey of 21 year old Alcatraz, a troubled tattoo artist, and her struggle to have a positive relationship with God and herself.

Fifteen year old Alcatraz is being chased. Born and raised in a loving family, she suddenly finds herself f
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Kindle Edition, 302 pages
Published (first published May 31st 2011)
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Soma Rostam "IOB"
The true road toward faith is not the road that we see, it's the road inside of our souls, the road that is faded away by the laws and codes of the world we live in. The truest journey is the journey we take inside. This book poured inspiration out of me through every turn, I liked it a lot!
Katherine or Alcatraz, has a happy normal life, up until the day her whole family die in a car crash. An orphan, she is taken to live with her uncle's family. Things get bad, real bad, until the point I fel
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Feb 08, 2013 Kathy Parker rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There was much heart in this book to begin with which drew me in. Having a difficult upbringing I could well relate, and I especially loved the meaning behind the names, and the change to Alcatraz, and the tattoo factor. However, I found the second part of the book a little more fact and less feeling, as she searched through different religions, which lost my enthralment a little, though I understand the reasoning. I think younger readers would get more out if this, but I did enjoy it.
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Aleshia Robinson was born in Chicago, Illinois and enjoys travelling on missions trips, empowering girls in the sex trade, practicing yoga, decoupaging and writing God-revealed fiction.
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