Chronicles of the Creek by Richard Means

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This fictional narrative follows a man raised in a Washington D.C. housing project who, from a young age, falls into a world of thievery, drugs, scamming and random sexual exploits. While the story covers a lot of ground, it is poorly constructed and flimsy. It contains minimal dialogue and characters that are flatly drawn and fails to engage.
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Reading this book will help one to understand that although this is a book of fiction, there is some truth to the overall story. This book follows a young man who is the eleventh of thirteen kids through some of the trials and tribulations of growing up in a housing project.
He is searching for his niche in life that will make him fit in with what he feels is society. He joins the U.S. Army and barely makes it out alive after nearly three years.
After discharging from the army he settles back into civilian life working hard and peddling drugs
 

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Published December 12, 2014 by AuthorHouse. 192 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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BlueInk Review

Below average
on Nov 23 2015

This fictional narrative follows a man raised in a Washington D.C. housing project who, from a young age, falls into a world of thievery, drugs, scamming and random sexual exploits. While the story covers a lot of ground, it is poorly constructed and flimsy. It contains minimal dialogue and characters that are flatly drawn and fails to engage.

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