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Black Sheep by Staten Krown

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Sometimes a story will take the reader into an environment that is entirely different from the world he may live in but is fascinating and seemingly real.  Black Sheep by Staten Krown is just such a story. The punctuation is atrocious and the grammar, at times, is lacking, but the narrative is well done (and to me narrative is 90 percent of a story's value). Black Sheep is about a man kicked out of  his inner city home for being gay, who has found success in  the world and  who is returning for his brother's wedding after 14 years away from home. His father is a conservative-religious pastor, one of his brothers runs a gang, a sister is a heroin addict--in short, his home is a very turbulent environment.

Highly recommended as of Chapter 4.


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