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I AM...: The unsettling truth

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“I AM…” follows a young successful African-American couple, police sergeant Xavier and trauma surgeon Sandy, who are forced to pick up the pieces of their marriage after the violent loss of their young godson at the hands of a local police- man. The couple’s tragic loss sparks not only their community’s anger but also the rage of a vigilante. A nationwide killing spree ens ...more
Kindle Edition, 247 pages
Published December 10th 2019 by In Third Person Publishing
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Aimee Ann
Mar 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I AM…: The unsettling truth is a thrilling novel that is the perfect novel for those looking to be taken on a dark, twisty-turny but an emotive journey. The story the reader will encounter in I AM…: The unsettling truth is shocking but also sensational, and unlike anything, I have read before. As I read the book I noticed that the story is shrouded in a tremendous amount of mystery, secrecy and suspense and the reader will not be able to guess where the plot is going at all and that is thanks to ...more
Apr 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I have read a lot of books that deal with police murdering innocent black men, women, and children and they all end the same: with protests that fall on deaf ears and cops (slave patrol) getting away with murder --as they have been doing for centuries.


This book is so different. I don't want to give any parts of it away because I want anyone who reads this to experience it for themselves but I will say this: I have always dreamed that what happened in this book would happen in real life.

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Aug 03, 2020 rated it liked it
“I Am” grabbed my attention immediately, but it started to wane along the way. Halfway through, I begin to lose interest because some things were unbelievable in my opinion and the pacing was slow. The falling action of the arc seemed to go on forever and I questioned where the story was going. I may have struggled with this book because it mirrored the current events with police brutality, so my review may change once I settle down and unpack what I just read.
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I feel like saying very much about this story will be a spoiler. The basics are that Sandy (a doctor) and her husband Xavier (a police officer) are a happily married couple. But when a police officer shoots a person of color under questionable circumstances and Sandy realizes how easily this could have been her, Xavier, or others in their community, things get shaken up.

This story looks at a long-time issue in the US of law enforcement appearing to be too quick to pull the trigger and then suffe
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