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Blue Rage, Black Redemption by Stanley Tookie Williams
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Dec 01, 2011

really liked it
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Read on December 01, 2011

The purpose of Blue Rage, Black Redemption was to make readers realize how bad Tookie Williams' life was while he was growing up. The author's point of view was his own life because he was the author of his own book. The theme of the book is a biography because Tookie Williams was explaining his life and how bad it was while he was growing up. The style of the book is a narration because Tookie was explaining the main events of his whole life growing up and being in a gang. I think that this book was really good because it made me realize how much a gang can change your life. My favorite part of the book was getting the message from Tookie Williams that says you don't need to be violent in order to be respected. I give this 4/5 stars because it was a great book but I feel like I could've learned more about the gang overall.

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