Afterward They Turned

Afterward They Turned Eric Carrington a young drug dealer in his city during the early s is wholly unapologetic about the way he chose to make his fortune Those who Eric surrounds himself with are much the same whet

  • Title: Afterward They Turned
  • Author: J.E. Keels
  • ISBN: 9781448978205
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eric Carrington, a young drug dealer in his city during the early 1980s, is wholly unapologetic about the way he chose to make his fortune Those who Eric surrounds himself with are much the same, whether it be Bishop, his surrogate brother and mentor, or King who controls all the narcotics that flow through the city Eric, the middle child of three and raised in a home ofEric Carrington, a young drug dealer in his city during the early 1980s, is wholly unapologetic about the way he chose to make his fortune Those who Eric surrounds himself with are much the same, whether it be Bishop, his surrogate brother and mentor, or King who controls all the narcotics that flow through the city Eric, the middle child of three and raised in a home of a neglectful aunt, has gone through many experiences that have shaped him, and when he sees his younger sister in the company of a powerful dealer named Shock, he is challenged to get over the one thing he is scared of Then there is Rachel who totally infatuates him little does he know that her past and present may have the ability to blow down the house of cards his existence rests on With an unabashed look at race, class and spirituality, Afterward They Turned is not easily forgotten.

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    1. Let me begin by stating my two favorite things about "Afterward". First is the 1980's setting, in part because it's not a typical fiction novel's background. Second is the symbolism that is explained and unexplained, short and long term, practical and abstract, definite and indefinite. There are so many aspects to this book. There are so many things that Keels covers. The societal issue displayed and discussed largest in this novel is class, and the biggest interpersonal issue dealt with is betr [...]

    2. I thought that this book was amazing. It connects on a multiplicity of levels and causes one to think when it's all over. Great characters, great plot, and great message. Wonderful symbolism too.

    3. Absorbing, thought-provoking material, and at times, if I may say it, haunting. There comes a particular point when you can't help but to feel for and to resignedly accept the real plight of the protagonist, and I found myself loving another character for his aching depravity! Like, somebody please help these people! But, I trusted the author, and in the end, the reader of this novel is the one who is truly helped.

    4. This book is addicting. I have read it twice. It is just hard to put down. The literary work is brilliant. It is about so much more than the life of a drug dealer but it is a brilliant look at how society in the United States truly works. It is a definate eye-opener that actually gives us a glimpse into the genius mind of a soon to be best selling author. You will not be disappointed

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