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A Place for Me: International Street Life to Spiritual Insight

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Mitchell Stone Jr. is a country boy from a small, racially segregated community in Memphis, Tennessee, transplanted into the culture shock of the Southside of 1960 Chicago. Feelings of indifference and alienation from family, a new environment, and gangs propel him on a journey through life beyond imagination. Stone's quest for defining his identity leads him to the rice p ...more
Paperback, 472 pages
Published May 30th 2010 by iUniverse (first published May 24th 2010)
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This book had a really strong start, and is very gritty. I can not imagine living the life of a pimp - I guess it's true what they say, pimping ain't easy but someone has to do it. I really enjoyed reading this, but I would have liked to know one thing - what happened to Lana? I mean, I know where she went, but I would have really liked it if Mitch had tried to keep in touch with Lana since she meant so much to him. I also wished that the ending had been more definitive. I mean, in a way it was, ...more
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