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Posted January 15, 2011
Anderson takes us into the mind of an educated African American who is frustrated and angry. The reader is allowed to hear the thoughts of Booker Tee as he works through his problems. It's direct, but honest. Sometimes its difficult to read, but if you allow yourself to realize Booker Tee is working through his problems and not stuck in his problems, you start to root for him to succeed, just like he did on the football field. The book reminds me of something Robert B. Parker or Walter Mosley would write. This book has mystery, sex, murder, football and attitude, the ingredients necessary for an entertaining read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.