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    Can't Blame Them for Trying

    Talk about drama, violence, drug-abusing, challenges, and foster-care, ya got it behind these pages! A story told through the eyes of another. I just love me some true stories; especially, when I can walk those journeys alongside you. You write it, I’m bound to read it. And that’s what this author has done. Although reviewers provided insight into what was revealed about Jesse-Ray Lewis’ life, I won’t dive into its details. I’m hoping by not telling you more about this story you’ll feel the urge and eagerness to read it on your own. For sure, this character (Jessie-Ray) had one broken and shattered lifestyle. The author’s writing style gleamed through the story as well . . . Her structure of text and language was organized professionally which made the story an easy read. No doubt, Jesse-Ray Lewis’ life has taken on many twists and turns – it’s another fascinating aspect of how this author unveiled his journey. I feel the author’s development of descriptive settings is awesome. It was more of a “show me” than “tell me” journey. Yes, go ahead put me in the moment, and I’ll walk with you all the way! It’s not over yet for Jesse-Ray Lewis, I believe. Talk about a troubled and lost soul (teen) you’ve not been introduced to one ‘til you’ve read what Author Andrea Brunais says about the life of Jesse-Ray Lewis. I thought too the “Bibliography” was well developed. Certainly, the author spent a lot of thought process for the back matter. The resources are a very useful tool for its readers, and should not be overlooked. I salute the author and her husband for their efforts!

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