Dirty Jersey

Dirty Jersey

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by Phillip Thomas Duck
     
 

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From zero to hero

What's cool at Eric Posey's high school? A player's swagger, a baller's style, and game enough to catch every girl. Unfortunately, Eric is seriously uncool—unlike his popular sister, Kenya, who sings like an angel. But forget the choir; Kenya wants the fabulous life—bad boys and fly girls.

A chance encounter

Overview



From zero to hero

What's cool at Eric Posey's high school? A player's swagger, a baller's style, and game enough to catch every girl. Unfortunately, Eric is seriously uncool—unlike his popular sister, Kenya, who sings like an angel. But forget the choir; Kenya wants the fabulous life—bad boys and fly girls.

A chance encounter with Fiasco, one of the hottest rappers around, gives Eric entrée into the world of the "Dirty Jersey" crew, where he's introduced to everyone and everything. Suddenly, Eric is cool and has access to anything he's ever wanted. Never mind that Fiasco isn't exactly a good guy— so what? But so what has a price. And Fiasco has just named it: Kenya.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426818875
Publisher:
Kimani Press
Publication date:
07/01/2008
Series:
Kimani Tru Series
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
913,080
File size:
190 KB
Age Range:
14 Years

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Dirty Jersey (Kimani Tru Series) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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prettybrowneyes More than 1 year ago
I felt really sorry for Eric Posey. He wanted to make friends the wrong way: by not being himself, and becoming someone else that he is not. His sister, Kenya, enacted the same way Eric felt after she found out she wasn;t as popular as she used to be. Society today depends upon the media to determine who they are and how they should act toawrds others, which is definitely not good. This book showed a valuable lesson about this topic.
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Skeetown_Princess More than 1 year ago
This book was very real and entertaining for me. I read this book because i love the Kimani tru series. Well in this book Eric learns that being popular and learning to fit in isnt always easy and its better to be yourself than try to fit in because in your world you fit it by yourself. I would recommend reading this book!!