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Mahogany Slade by Stephen  Robinson
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Sep 25, 12

Read in September, 2012

Mystique is often an aphrodisiac…
Mahogany Slade touched on many levels; of being young, coming into your own, learning that stepping out of our comfort zone opens up worlds you wouldn’t otherwise venture out.
The writer’s vision for details brings the reader into the story. His vivid descriptions breathe life into his scenes and characters.
The main character’s unrequited love is soul wrenching as we journey along with him in his quest to understand Janet. His highs and lows tug at your emotions. We ride along as “B”, makes unlikely friendships.
His stifled life growing up changes with each passing season; summer journeys into fall, winter cleanses and springs brings new growth. In the end you cheer him on his journey to becoming a man.
Mahogany Slade is a book long after you read it will still having you thinking about it.
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