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Posted April 13, 2009
Reading This Book brought back some really fond memories and some sad one's to tell the least.I remember the very first time I met loko was on 29th and catalina which is the Block I lived on for so many years.He was walking down towards the Nine wall which was located towards vermont and around the corner from the Infamous vickey's liquor store where you could catch most of the 9-block members at any given Time.I was sitting out front of my Grandmother's house I was eating some seeds and he stopped and said what's up Blood can I have some seeds. He was in full uniform and there was no denying his memebership to the R/20's NEIGHBOR HOOD BLOOD GANG. FREE MAD RONALD FREE NO BRAIN FREE LOKO FREE JAMEL PARKERWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 4, 2006
This book is amazing I truely believe in gangstarism I was involve with one of the most respected blood member Mr.Tray k. This book has giving me a better look at things now as for me this book is so bold and real I'm glad I'm still in this man turf. My reapects go out to loko.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 17, 2005
Home of the Body Bags is a compelling tale of life as we, the gangstas of the inner cities have been conditioned to believe. Despite the many set backs and pain Loko (Terrell C. Wright) had to endure, he has demonstrated his intelligence. Most books you read about the gangsta¿s life style are watered down and simple fiction tales, or ego boosters; Home of the Body Bags clearly isn¿t one of those. Each page left me wanting to read more and kept me captured; it hit home because of its criticism to have an everlasting effect. What¿s so mind boggling is, how society continues to lack interest in the truth. Home of the Body Bags is a clear answer to the question why? Loko¿s story is so compelling yet so unreal to normal society, who doesn¿t want to accept that the Lokos of the world even exist, yet the same society is fearful of the unknown. Big ups for SenegalPress for giving Loko a voice to be heard ¿ he is a priceless person with a priceless story.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 4, 2008
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