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    OMG!!

    This is the best book I have ever read!! The story was amazing and captivating in a new and refreshing way. I opened it last on chistmas day evening and upon opening it i promptly sat down on my couch and moved once to my bed until 3 am when I was done. I am a very avid reader (bookworm!!) and I am proud to sw this is my new favorite! Would recomend!!
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    Love is strength

    A story of a young girl that has seen more sadness and dealt with more fear than one person should see in a lifetime. Yet she finds the strength to stand up to those that would hold her down. Never leave anything unsaid and never forget to tell someone you love them.
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    Great story written with emotion and intelligence

    I thought this book did a fantastic job covering racial events from several viewpoints using each character's back story, dreams, fears, and wishes. The parts depicting Starr's home life were humorous as well as authentic. I felt like I knew these people; like they were members of my family, hood, and community.
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    I'm still crying

    The hate you give is a heart breaking gut renching book about Kahill. when Starr's chilhood friend is shot by a white officer shes the only wittness alive. its so good.
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    Powerful. Unsettling. Promising.

    Powerful. Unsettling. Thought provoking. Starr is a young black girl, with a blended family, and ex Gang Banger dad and a professional mom. Her uncle is a cop and she has seen more than a 16 year old should - senseless violence in the neighborhood, retaliation, snitches get stitches stuff. While I am not the target audience, I enjoyed what I think is the authors' debut novel.
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