Students of the Game

Students of the Game

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When DeMarcus finds drugs in his son's jacket pocket he decides not to lash out, but rather sit both his sons down and take them down Memory Lane in his own way in order to teach them a lesson. But as the story progresses the boys have no idea who their father could be mentioning in his "back in my day" styled story. Is it all just some old man gibberish? First time writer Davino Dixon takes you into the hood for his very own take on how four teenage boys from different walks of life handle their situations in order to overcome poverty, abuse, lies, deceit, and mostly woman troubles. The ride is no easy one. Faced with a difficult decision to make, LaTedrick Brown, actually known as Teddy, takes the lead in this drama when he finds past due bills in the utility drawer of his home, yet his aunt who's adopted and raised him works endless hours to make ends meet and still ends up short. When seeing his best friend draped in the finest and has no worries, Teddy wants in on the lifestyle... but can he handle what comes along with that territory? Together he and his friends-- Reggie, Art and Braylin-- not only discover manhood but has a few drop-offs along the way when handling unnecessary drama. The only problem is, is their bond strong enough to withstand the trials and newly found fame, fortune and glory? Will woman troubles become too much for them and tear these boys apart? Who's really entering into the Land of the Hustle for all the wrong reasons? And which of these boys are really the snake in the crew who is ready to take the rest of them for everything they've earned? DeMarcus' sons are you sure to find more

Product details

  • Paperback | 220 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 12.7mm | 344.73g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150755432X
  • 9781507554326