EMAKO BLUE is a strong second novel for Brenda Woods and a worthy follow-up to her award-winning debut, THE RED ROSE BOX. Emako is. The Paperback of the Emako Blue by Brenda Woods at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Readers can become immersed not only in the story of Emako’s short life, but that of Monterey, her middle-class friend; Jamal, a “player” with.
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I ran my tongue over my braces. Emako is even nice to wealthy but unhappy Savannah, who is jealous of her. Oct 24, Sasha Gordon rated it it was amazing. Some parts just didnt ble enough detail and ithink it was badly written. I read it from cover to cover and never lost focus. Return to Book Page. Dec 21, Marcus Albers rated it it was amazing. I thought the book was okay I didn’t like the way the book ended but most of emkao chapters were interesting. Jamal, and Savannah wants to finish high school and move on.
Then i would recommend this book to young women who are growing up and trying to make it in life. She was destined for greatness, already plucked from South Central Los Angeles by the record producers. She lived in South Central Los Angeles, the bad side. I think this book will be enjoyed by many young readers, however some readers may find it confusing because it keeps jumping back and forth between characters and the reader really has to pay attention to the different story lines.
Normally, I find books with numerous POV to be annoying, especially if the author doesn’t do it right but thank God Ms. The reader doesn’t know how to feel some of the time, if there is something sad because your still getting through what just happened. My moms knocked on the door.
Overall,this is bluf very good book that i recommend for others to read. Since you heard the story through different people it was easy to follow what was going on. But, because of how much emotions are shown from the reader you can tell that there is a lot to get out of this book.
Overal I would recomend this book to some else since it is just one of those books that will never bore you. Unfortunately, the streets of Los Angeles changed all of that.
The characters are believable because facing violence is a very common theme whether it be in real life or in the media. Sep 19, Jose Rivera rated it liked it. But this one girl hated her and they were rivals named Savannah.
That the assault rifle ban will expire next week is an atrocity. She was beautiful and good-hearted.
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Ekamo had a bestfriend named Monterey. Was very sad but kept you hooked. Which that keeps me reading and having to find out what happened to cause that situation. In fact, the only obscenity here is that Brenda Woods can write such a heartbreaking story and have it emmako so utterly true in America. The plot, however, was nice but it could have been better if it was written better.
They all meet each other and after that became very good friends. Savannah is very jealous of Emako Blue because of everything Emako does Savannah tries to do too.
She was destined for greatness, already plucked from South Central Blje Angeles by the r Emako Blue was supposed to be a star. This is a really good book and it makes you feel like you really know the characters and make good connections with them.
Emako came from a hard family in South Central Los Angeles. She was Monterey’s best friend. This book gives the reader different types of emotions just from the beginning.