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We the Animals by Justin Torres
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Apr 10, 12

bookshelves: october-reading
Read from September 14 to October 09, 2011

Three brothers three musketeers mixed race. They talk of their experiences and coming of age, their embarrassments, their fears, their joys and pain. Life in it's truest forms no fake facades, fairy tale stories. Souls that try to survive and be happy against the odds against prejudices and the concrete jungle. The family ups and downs father drinking, father hitting on ma, mum and dad just plain in love. The joys of brotherhood makes you want to be young again surrounded by siblings. 
This story was a heart warming treat brutal and a true portrayal of many families, one that would touch your heart and stay with you for a time. This is one story I will be revisiting again some time.
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Jenny (Reading Envy) I listened to the KCRW Bookworm interview with him and it sounded interesting. Looking forward to it!

message 2: by Lou (new) - rated it 5 stars

Lou Good luck in your endeavour.

message 3: by Lou (new) - rated it 5 stars

Lou thanks for your words, hope it is any good.

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