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Two the Hard Way

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2012

    Good read

    This book sucked. Do not buy it.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 16, 2010

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    Two brothers Kwame and Romeo were what you'd expect to brothers to be, close. The fact that they were abandoned by their mother and had to be raised by their grandmother the bond between them were even stronger. Growing up in the inner city, where trouble seemed to be around every corner, Kwame was arrested and went to prison for something he didn't do and that not only tore Romeo apart, but he also got to see firsthand, just how the system worked. Faced with that disappointment of his older brother Kwame going to jail didn't stop Romeo from doing his best at what he loved to do and becoming the star quarterback for his high school football team.

    After the Kwame's release from prison, things start to look up for the two brothers. They reconnected with their mom Pearl and it seemed things were going to be alright until tragedy strikes again and their mom is brutally attack by some local thugs. Truth begins to unfold and they discover some secrets about their family and they also find out who is truly with them and against them.

    Overall all this was an easy read. It had some moments when I was anxious to get to the plot, but for the most part it was worth the wait. It had a lot of funny moments, because these were teens, so you laugh a lot. It did end with a feeling there will be more, but who knows. I did enjoy reading Two the Hard Way!

    Anna Black

    AAMBC Book Reviewer

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